The stylish remake of the classic Italian car, the Fiat 500, is set to hit dealerships in late February of this year, and is priced to be easily affordable with a bad credit loan.
Starting at just above $15,000, these vehicles may be a solid alternative to the Ford Fiesta or the Mazda 2, according to the Car Connection.
The first 500s that arrive in American dealerships will feature a six-speed manual transmission. Starting in March, Fiats with six-speed automatic transmissions will also become available. Drivers will be able to choose between 14 colors and 14 material combinations for the seats inside the vehicle, according to the news source.
Drivers who are more accustomed to automatic transmissions may want to wait until later in the year to purchase a Fiat 500, but those who are willing to learn to drive a so-called "stick" may find that it holds many benefits. Some auto experts believe that manual transmission vehicles get better gas mileage than their automatic gear counterparts, and they are often priced more affordably, making them among the best cars for bad credit.