At any given time, a used car purchase is going to make sense for a significant portion of buyers. And right now, choosing a previously owned vehicle over a brand new one may be the best move for even more consumers.
Is it possible to trade in your car even if it has not been paid off yet? That depends on several factors, including the lenders the dealership is signed up with, the amount of negative equity, the state of your credit, and more.
We slice and dice Consumer Reports Top Picks for 2017 to come up with two affordable vehicles for credit-challenged buyers.
When you are negotiating your next car purchase, you will want to get as much money as you can for your trade-in. So, here are a few tips on how to get the most out of your trade-in deal.
CPO models have exploded in popularity in recent years. Because of this, automakers frequently offer deals and incentives on CPO vehicles to attract even more shoppers. Let’s take a look at some of the top certified pre-owned deals in March.
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.