Used cars aren’t holding their value as well they did as a few years ago and will continue on a downward spiral.
Toyota and Infiniti came out on top in the Pre-Owned Value Awards from TrueCar.
The National Insurance Crime Bureau (NICB) warns that cars damaged in the recent Texas and South Central U.S. floods are likely to be sold by fraudsters.
General Motors has become the first auto manufacturer to provide Americans with its entire nationwide inventory of used cars for sale in one online database.
The CFPB recently fined a “buy here, pay here” car dealer for abusive financing schemes, hiding auto finance charges and misleading consumers.
Americans are leasing cars and taking out new car loans at a record pace, according to the latest data from Experian Automotive.
The gap between the monthly payments for new and used cars is at the widest level on record, according to Experian Automotive.
Used car prices have risen to a record high, according to an Edmunds.com analysis, but the higher prices aren’t necessarily bad news.
The National Insurance Crime Bureau has warned that cars damaged in the recent Texas and Midwestern floods are likely to be sold to unsuspecting car buyers.
While prices of used cars are higher on average, some used car prices are actually on the decline, according to Edmunds.com.