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.
In its latest CPO Car Awards, Automotive cost analysis company IntelliChoice has announced that Kia has been given the award in the Best Popular Program category for the first time.
Winter is here, and if you’re looking for a large vehicle that can handle those wintry roads, you may not know where to start.
If you are looking to get a bigger vehicle for your family, you’ll probably turn to the SUV segment. But if you have bad credit, you may think it’s impossible to afford one. On the contrary, we have identified some SUVs that are both safe and affordable, making them an excellent choice for somebody with a family who has less than perfect credit.
For car buyers with no credit or damaged credit, you should consider more than than just the pricetag, especially if you are looking at used cars.
Car shopping can be frustrating with bad credit and/or a tight budget, but there are plenty of ways you can shop for used cars.
According to recent Polk used vehicle registration data from the first half of 2015, about 20% of used passenger van purchases were made by Millennials. How does this compare to other millennial used vehicle choices during the first six months of the year?