Any model can become a discontinued vehicle if it doesn’t sell well enough. And there are a number of reasons why certain cars don’t fare well with consumers.
A recent J.D. Power study has unveiled that three of every four car buyers in 2016 never considered purchasing an SUV. This is despite the fact that fuel has become less expensive and the availability of low interest loans have increased.
Recently, Kelley Blue Book (KBB.com) announced the winners of its 2017 Resale Value Awards. Toyota was the big winner this year, claiming the title of Best Resale Value Brand for the first time since 2014.
The car-shopping specialists over at Autotrader recently published a list of 10 great certified pre-owned vehicles. Half of the models that made the list can be bought for less than $20,000 on average, making them good targets for buyers with less than perfect credit and/or tight budgets.
The latest vehicle pricing data is showing that while pricing as a whole has remained stable, certain vehicle segments are experiencing drops in pricing. Pricing on smaller vehicle segments, like midsize, compact and subcompact cars, is declining, which means consumers can take advantage.
If you qualify to participate in the Free File program, you can submit your information now and it will be held until January 23rd. This is the date on which the IRS will start accepting tax returns.
If you need to buy a car with bad credit in Nashville TN, there are financing options available, as well as some good and affordable used vehicles.