After a troubled period of bankruptcies and government bailouts within the past few years, the automobile industry is finally on the upswing. There's no better example and ringleader than Hyundai, who's been surging through a recession with record sales figures and growth.
The latest news for this booming Korean automaker is that it's adding a third shift of production at its Montgomery, Alabama facility, creating 877 new jobs and raising employment to…
We always come across people who have tried to buy cars at other dealers and have been told that they need a cosigner, but have never been told why. Simply having bad credit isn't an actual reason for needing a cosigner. In fact most who decide to have a cosigner could have purchased a vehicle on their own anyway and simply choose to do so because of better finance terms. You should always look?
Question from Grace in Chicago: "My husband has bad credit, a credit score of 560 and could
not get approved on a auto loan. My credit score is lower and I already have a
car loan under my name. We have a condo that is going in foreclosure, our tenant
stopped paying us 5 months now. We can't afford the mortgage, tax & assoc
of at least $1500 a month but we can afford an auto loan."
General Motors and Rogers Auto Group will offer a competitive lease price on its 2011 Chevrolet Volt. This would put ease in Chicagoan's minds about buying a vehicle that relies on pricey battery technology.
The lease price will be unveiled soon, along with the Volt's retail price tag of slightly less than $40,000, minus a $7,500 federal tax credit.