With summer right around the corner, we present the least expensive new cars available for buyers with bad credit in May of 2016.
The latest national report from Equifax on credit trends reveals low auto loan delinquency rates across the board, including those for credit-challenged consumers.
U.S. military veterans and their spouses can take advantage of an expanded military discount program on a new Chevrolet, Buick or GMC vehicle through May 31, 2016, a few of which would work even if they have bad credit.
We comb through Vincentric’s latest Best Value Awards list to come up with the best new cars for consumers with less than perfect credit.
New PowerView Score from Equifax and LexisNexis will use additional information to create a more accurate credit score for borrowers applying for new and used car loans.
In the annual Financial Literacy survey conducted for NerdWallet and the National Foundation for Credit Counseling, we note that it’s not just credit-challenged Americans that come up short in understanding their finances.
We slice and dice TrueCar’s inaugural Pre-Owned Value Awards list to come up with those used cars best suited for credit-challenged borrowers.