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There’s no best car for everyone, but there is a best one for you.
There’s no better feeling than driving a new car off a lot after getting a good deal.
Before shopping, do your research to make sure you get the best car for your budget.
Before you head out to the showroom, make sure you’re prepared.
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You found the car, now it’s time to work the financing. Here are the key questions.
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The finance manager is ready to tell you the interest rate on the auto loan for your new car. Take it and you’ll be paying too much.
For someone on a fixed budget who is prepared to do a bit of homework, leasing a used car can be a great deal.
Car buyers may be tempted to take advantage of six-year car loans, a relatively new development in car financing, but the Consumer Bankers Association warns against it.
The best time to shop for a car or SUV is when sales are slow. It’s hard to think of a less happening place during the holidays than an auto lot.
Bankrate.com’s economic report shows auto loan rates set for a big drop, says Greg McBride in Your Money Outlook.
Autumn is a great time to sign on for a new car lease. The 2001 models are fresh from the factories and couldn’t be newer. With leasing, the newer the model the better your chance of landing a low monthly [...]
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