As Canadians welcome the arrival of summer this week, one thing’s for sure: warmer temperatures are right around the corner.
Sales of new cars in Canada saw their biggest drop of the year in May, which also marked the 15th consecutive month where car sales fell across the country.
Wouldn’t it be nice if, when buying a car, you just paid the vehicle itself and nothing more?
Few buyers have enough money to buy a car outright with cash. But if you’re financing one, you’re probably wondering: Am I paying more than I should?
Most Canadians plan to get financing for their car purchases from a dealership, and the reasons boil down to convenience, cashback options and low or even zero percent interest rates. But it’s rarely the best way to get a car loan.
Have you ever wondered which cars no one is buying?
A recent roundup from Driving.ca gives readers a glimpse into the world of the worst-selling vehicles in Canada.
Bad credit. It’s a term that strikes fear in the hearts of anyone who cares about their personal finances.