Midwest Chrysler Dealers Offering Zero Percent Financing For 84 Months

Hey did you know that the all new Chrysler 200 also known as "America's Import" can easily be confused with a high quality Japanese or German car? You didn't? That's o.k. because if you live in the Midwest you can finance one at 0% interest for 84 months. Take that Honda and BMW! » 11/11/14 5:12pm 11/11/14 5:12pm

How Do I Buy A Car When I'm Upside Down On My Current Loan?

I desperately need a new car, the one that I have is becoming an unreliable money pit. The problem is I owe $4000 more than it is worth. I have no cash for a down-payment, but I can handle $350 per month. How do I get into another vehicle and break the cycle of being underwater on a car loan? » 10/03/14 12:49pm 10/03/14 12:49pm

Four Reasons Why It's Perfectly Fine To Finance A New Car

Having two lead writers here on Car Buying is great because we have very different perspectives. Tavarish plays the inexpensive pre-owned market like a pro and thinks financing is for fools. Since my focus is mainly buying cars from dealerships, I say it is a bit more complicated than just dollars and cents. » 9/26/14 12:07pm 9/26/14 12:07pm

Your Gearhead Guide to Vehicle Financing

Once you have regained your sanity, decided upon what vehicle to buy, and you have worked out a fair deal (or not in case of an E30 M3), it is time to secure the funds for purchase. Financing isn't rocket science, but it is nice to have a handy guide to your options. I realize most of you know these tips but this post… » 1/09/14 11:26am 1/09/14 11:26am

Honda denies pitchman same deal he pitched

Actor Dennis Singletary starred in a national commercial touting Honda's "Really Big Thing" sales promotion program. In fact, Singletary was so swayed by the offer of cheap financing, he went to a Honda dealer to take advantage of it. But when a dealer denied him participation in the very program he promoted he got… » 5/10/11 2:00pm 5/10/11 2:00pm

Chrysler To America: "Please, Please Buy Our 2008 Dodge Ram"

In two months, the all-new 2009 Dodge Ram will launch into the softest truck market in decades. In an effort to clear the store shelves and make way for the new truck, Chrysler is offering a whopping 6 years of 0% financing on the 2008 Dodge Ram to help motivate buyers into the showroom and help empty the lots. The… » 7/10/08 4:30pm 7/10/08 4:30pm