All three of these family cars not only represent a good value but also have a starting MSRP of under $19,000 – a fact of particular importance to borrowers with bad credit.
Consumers – even those with bad credit – looking to buy a vehicle on a budget should look to smaller cars, as there are good deals to be had thanks to the current landscape of the automotive market.
Kelley Blue Book’s latest list highlights the 10 coolest new cars under $18,000, many of which would make excellent choices for people with damaged credit.
Automaker, Hyundai, has recently earned several awards and accolades from various organizations, and it looks like they can add at least one more to the list.
We review the list of what the folks at Edmunds.com believe are the 24 new cars in their respective categories that have the highest projected residual value after 5 years and narrow it down to five that could be affordable to consumers with credit issues.
With summer right around the corner, we present the least expensive new cars available for buyers with bad credit in May of 2016.
The J.D. Power 2016 Auto Avoider Study℠ has recently been released, and it reveals that trust is a huge factor in how consumers select which cars to buy and which models to avoid. And this is the first time in a decade that buyers have shown strong concerns regarding vehicle reliability.