Kelley Blue Book’s latest list of Best New Car Deals, this time listing deals for February, 2016, contains 2 vehicles that very well might work for buyers with tarnished credit.
The latest report from TransUnion is certainly good news for borrowers with tarnished credit. But these consumers can also help their chances by having a down payment, choosing an economical vehicle and going with the shortest loan term they can afford in order to give themselves the best chances of success.
We sift through the latest Kelley Blue Book Best Buy Award winners to pick the new small cars among them best suited for consumers with bad credit.
We review the latest list of “Best Family Cars” from Kelley Blue Book and narrow it down to a couple of new cars that might fit into a subprime auto loan.
If it’s not Kia, its Hyundai taking the top spot in the most recent CPO program awards this time in Edmunds.com’s latest ranking of all car brands. Is a CPO car right for you?
Saving on auto insurance is great, but credit-challenged consumers should also keep in mind that it’s also important that they’re satisfied with the claims service they receive from their car insurance company.
One of the keys to successfully completing a bad credit auto loan is picking the right vehicle. But in addition to choosing one that’s affordable, has a great reliability record and won’t kill you at the gas pump, it also helps if you can get top dollar for it at trade-in time.