I need a car but don't have a lot of money...please help!?
If you already have debt, then you should buy a used car. Most financial planners will tell you that buying a new car is not a very good deal because they lose value quickly. Buying a car that is a couple of years old and has only 30k or 40k miles on it is much cheaper and it will still run for years.
by knmjunior - 7 hours ago
Please help me for a car I am retired God Bless in health Thank You
by Orestes - 7 hours ago
hmmm...high debt ratio on credit cards, can't pay 'em down; will have to "borrow" down payment. You need to have a plan; pay down the credit cards...if you're either unable or unwilling to do this you won't make the car payments, insurance, repairs, gas, etc. If you want to be less depressed, pay off that debt that is eating you up!! Sorry to be a killjoy, but being buried in debt is not good at any age.
by bill p - 7 hours ago
go check the places buy here pay here they have low down payments and not to bad weekly payments they want your business so they will work with you
by Grandpa - 7 hours ago
Buy a Certified Used Honda... it will live longer than YOU! And none of the high $$ that new cars cost... I have no car payment at all b/c I got a Honda for $5500. It's a 1997 & it's run flawlessly since I got it in 2002.
by Carmella Luciano - 7 hours ago
If you have so much credit card debt, I would not suggest you buy a brand new car. Buy a used car first, then work on paying off your credit card debt, then you can treat yourself to a new car. That is my opinion.
by Marlo M - 7 hours ago
try the toyota corrola it is about $99 a month.
by ms77301 - 7 hours ago
I think your best bet may be a recent used car, rather than a new one. Check out Consumer Reports' Used Vehicle Guide at your nearest public library and find a car you like that has a good reliability rating. Let someone else pay the huge depreciation of the first two years, and give yourself some time to pay your debt load down before you try for a brand new car. A 2004/05 Toyota Camry would be a good bet. Remember to call your insurance agent and get a price on the insurance before you sign on the dotted line! It would be very unfortunate if you got a car that you could just barely make the payments, but then your insurance ends up being the budget-buster. it happens!
by OK yeah well whatever - 7 hours ago
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