With their used car values falling and new car incentives higher than ever, the data from both Autotrader and Kelley Blue Book suggest that now would probably be a pretty good time to buy a Volkswagen.
Veterans and active duty military that qualify for a new Chevrolet, Buick, GMC or Cadillac vehicle, a few of which that would work if they have bad credit, can take advantage of an expanded military discount program that ends January 4th, 2016.
Car buyers – particularly those with bad credit who are often on a tight budget – should take care when picking out a used car and keep in mind the recent flooding in South Carolina. Remember: If the price of a used car looks too good to be true, it probably is.
You’ve decided it’s time to get a new car. Even though you know you could probably get more for your current vehicle by selling it on your own, you’ve also decided that’s probably too much of a hassle and, since you don’t want to come up with a cash down payment, the only option that remains is to trade it in.
Those used cars most appropriate for borrowers with bad credit are more affordable than they were last year.
The latest delinquency report from TransUnion shows that as more credit cards are being issued to consumers with tarnished credit, delinquency rates remain low, possibly because lenders remain cautious.