We slice and dice TrueCar’s inaugural Pre-Owned Value Awards list to come up with those used cars best suited for credit-challenged borrowers.
Which used cars are best for young drivers? Consumer Reports has recently published a list of models that are potentially worthy of your trust.
According to an IHS Automotive study, the average age of vehicles on the road is 11.5 years old. That number is a record high for vehicles in the United States.
Carfax is now offering a vehicle history report with every Chevrolet, GMC and Buick Certified Pre-owned (CPO) used vehicle. CPO vehicles are used cars that meet certain standards and have passed a strict evaluation process.
If it’s not Kia, its Hyundai taking the top spot in the most recent CPO program awards this time in Edmunds.com’s latest ranking of all car brands. Is a CPO car right for you?
Even if you’re still reeling and recovering from the madness of the holidays, right now may be an advantageous time to buy your vehicle. There are actually several reasons why you should consider purchasing a used car in January.
One of the keys to successfully completing a bad credit auto loan is picking the right vehicle. But in addition to choosing one that’s affordable, has a great reliability record and won’t kill you at the gas pump, it also helps if you can get top dollar for it at trade-in time.