Smile, It's a Hybrid!
Behind the revised look are slightly beefier springs, thicker anti-roll bars, and a stiffer front-end structure-all of which deliver subjectively better handling and body control over last year's car. Thanks to a quicker ratio and reduced friction in the rack, the electric power steering is more accurate, too
Cheap, fun to drive, classic styling, go-anywhere capability
Engines offer a good balance of power and fuel efficiency; wide variety of body styles and trims; strong safety scores; impressive build quality; well-appointed interior. Low mileage
Don't let the macho-boxy look intimidate you; the Honda Pilot makes a lot of sense for large families-especially with improved mileage and a most tasteful front-end design for 2012
The 2012 Toyota Prius hatchback hardly meddles with the pattern established in 2004: It's a five-door hatchback with a high tail and a split rear window. It's the most aerodynamic shape for a five-passenger mid-size car, and the Prius has one of the lowest drag coefficients of any car on the market--all in the service of fuel economy, which the EPA rates at a combined 50 mpg
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Capable handling, impeccably finished cabin, advanced safety technology, good fuel economy on the rear-wheel-drive automatic model
Sharp handling; stellar fuel economy; excellent all-around performance in S and JCW trims; endearing retro styling; innovative convertible roof; highly customizable.
Sale Price: $23,975
The Dodge Challenger is an aggressive retro-styled street machine that, when equipped with an optional HEMI V8 engine, lives up to its muscle-car heritage.
The Dodge Challenger generated more buzz than any other new car in 2008. But it was mostly a promise unfulfilled -- Dodge only made 6,400 of the cars, in only one trim level, for nearly $40,000, and only with an automatic transmission. That last point in particular disappointed many who had been excited by the revival of the classic muscle car. For some, it's hard to consider the new Challenger a true revival of the legendary Challengers of the late '60's and early '70's without the famous pistol-grip short-throw manual of the original.
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On the road, the 2012 Honda Insight drives less like a hybrid and more like a familiar gasoline-only-powered model. This is due in large part to the fact that the four-cylinder engine is always used to propel the vehicle, with the electric motor kicking in when more power is needed. This is in contrast to hybrid powertrains like that in the Toyota Prius that can propel the car at low speeds via the electric power plant. This is why the Insight gives you both good city and highway mpg, while other hybrids deliver only good highway mpg.
Thrifty fuel economy; low price for a hybrid.
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First I'd like to tell you that CAC, unfortunately, does not lend direct to the consumer and only works with dealers that they have agreements with.
As mentioned above CAC offers 100% guaranteed credit approval. There is no such thing as a turn down and your credit "will be approved."
They have ten different Credit Tier Levels that range from 1 - 10, with 1 being the best.
Once your application is submitted into their Credit Approval Processing Systems (CAPS) an approval takes no longer than 15 seconds...How's that for fast?
CAPS uploads Superior Honda's inventory nightly and knows exactly what vehicles are available on the lot.
After you've received your approval, CAPS will then create a list of vehicles, on the dealers lot, that will work for their program based on your application.
Now, if you had come to the lot knowing what vehicle you had wanted prior to getting your approval, then CAPS would tell the dealer what requirements you'd need to meet in order to be able to make the deal.
Another excellent benefit of Credit Acceptance Corp, is that they do report your monthly loan payments to all three major credit reporting agencies, which means you will be able to build and/or rebuild your credit.
The guaranteed credit approval is the first half of getting an auto loan. To actually fund your auto loan Credit Acceptance Corp is going to want you to prove some things and meet some minimum requirements.
They will require:
For the types of credit that Credit Acceptance Corp is willing to loan money to this is very strong. Most lenders will have minimum down payments of $1,500 or even up to 20-40%.
Where it gets even better is that this down payment does not have to be all cash. In fact, it can be no cash and all trade in equity.
If you have any type of a trade in with equity, then you can use this to substitute for a cash down payment.
Again, this is very strong and a lot of other bad credit auto lenders will only accept cash for their minimum down payment requirements.
I'm not really sure why they have a minimum monthly payment of $200, but they will not fund a deal if the monthly payments are $199.99 or less.
The max 25% to gross monthly income is figured by simply multiplying your gross (before taxes or deductions) monthly income by 0.25.
Example, you make $2,000 gross income each month, then your max allowable monthly payment would be $500.
Having a checking account will typically help improve your credit tier within the CAPS program by 2-3 levels, which means you'll probably have more vehicles to choose from.
If you do have a checking account, they will ask you to provide proof with a copy of a current bank statement.
Any one of the following are usually considered acceptable:
Any one of the following are usually considered acceptable:
Listing Credit Acceptance Corp as the loss payee with a maximum deductible of $550.
They will need to verify employment with your current employer.
They will contact your landlord or mortgage company.
This may seem like a lot, but it's really not as much as it appears to be. Most of my customers can easily come up with this information.