Many individuals with financial troubles are currently in the market for a used car, and may be especially concerned about the car’s performance and reliability.
In both aspects, the 2008 Hyundai Elantra may be a good bet. It sells for about $9,000 to $12,000, which makes it affordable even for those whose finances are tight. It may also save the buyer on fuel consumption in the long run, since these models get 27 to 28 miles per gallon.
The vehicle also has an impressive set of security features, including side airbags, traction control, stability control, an anti-lock braking system and an anti-theft system.
The Elantra also has some convenient, modern features that show an inexpensive used car doesn’t necessarily have to compromise on the little details. The car is MP3 and XM radio compatible, has power windows and a sunroom, and the comfort of heated and cooled seats.
Bad credit doesn’t have to keep a potential buyer from buying a reliable used car. Such individuals can fill out a bad credit car loan application in order to make a purchase affordable.