Especially for car buyers with problem credit, anything that makes the car buying process more transparent is a good thing. So a tip of the hat to the Western Michigan Better Business Bureau as well as the Grand Rapids and Holland New Car Dealers associations for making things easier for car buyers on the west side of the Great Lakes State.
Staying informed is an important piece of buying a car, and the following myths will show you why you shouldn’t take “expert theories” at face value.
By offering certified used cars with a free vehicle history report, Honda continues to give consumers with less than perfect credit even more peace of mind – which is always a good thing.
Water damage not only lowers a vehicle’s value, it can cause irreparable damage to a car’s body and electrical systems. Car buyers, especially those with problem credit, would do well to follow the tips from AutoTrader to help them avoid buying one of these vehicles.
Car buyers, especially those with blemished credit, should never confuse price with cost. The price is what you pay for a car, while the cost includes all the expenses involved over the course of ownership.
With used car prices projected to drop over the coming months, now might be a good time to consider applying for a car loan.
The Castrol Protection Plus program can give used car buyers additional peace of mind. Buyers with credit issues, however, should keep in mind that it’s not available at all dealerships, oil changes will be more expensive, and it doesn’t take the place of a certified used car warranty or used car service contract.