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To counter the lower demand during COVID-19, automakers are offering financing incentives to encourage shoppers to buy, but these offers may be misleading for customers with compromised credit
Buying a leased car can be a smart move, but getting the best price takes some preparation. Here's what you should do before having the buyout conversation with your leasing company.
The two most common obstacles for car loan approval are bad credit and no credit. Learn the difference and how to overcome each financing roadblock.
Car sales have dropped significantly during COVID-19 and automakers are offering 84-month 0% APR financing to draw in customers. Is this incentive worthwhile or is it too good to be true?
Due to the COVID-19 crisis, there is an oversupply of used car inventory leading to dropping values. Here's what it means if you're in the market for a used car.
Don't let the financial burdens of COVID-19 lead to your car getting repossessed. Here's what you should know if you can't make your car payment because of a job loss.
In response to the volatile economic conditions, these automakers are offering longer than average payment deferral plans to remove some of the hesitations.
One question that emerges in the minds of some Americans is whether or not they should use the money to purchase a new vehicle, or should they reserve the money for other needs.
Amid so much uncertainty, refinancing your auto loan may offset the burden of your car payments or help lower your interest rates.
Without a steady source of income, making car payments can become difficult which is why several manufacturers and lenders are offering assistance and car payment deferrals.
Figuring out how much you should pay for a new car can be challenging. Use this guide to budget for a new car, get acquainted with dealer pricing terms, and learn how to negotiate at the dealership.
Is paying extra for credit protection insurance for your auto loan worthwhile? See what it is, the pros and cons, and some alternative options.
One way to bypass the challenges of bad credit when buying a car is to enlist a family member or trusted friend to cosign on the loan with you. See if this scenario is the right course of action.
To help you budget for all expenses of buying a car, we break down the potential costs you'll incur by taking out an auto loan.
We break down what CPO means, define the difference between dealer and manufacturer certification programs, and provide examples of several CPO programs from mass-market and lux