If you are looking to finance a vehicle and you don't have the best credit, the smart thing you to do is plan ahead and save up for a large down payment. It is crucial to let your salesperson know beforehand about your credit situation. Be honest and upfront. Be very clear about your credit situation. If you're going to finance a vehicle, a dealership is required to look at your credit report and they will know what your credit situation is. Having poor credit will limit some of the vehicle choices for you. Thus, being open in your vehicle choices will make it simpler to find one that will work for your situation.
In the event you're not able to locate a car that fits your needs, budget, and financial history, talk to the finance manager for tips to improve your credit over the next six to twelve months. They can usually give you a good personalized plan that will help you buy the right car the next time you are car shopping.