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Affordable Cars Under $300/mo with Poor Credit

Affordable used cars and trucks around $300 a month with no money down. All online used car and truck listings below are priced under 13,000 dollars for people with bad, poor or slow credit ratings. Buy a car for less than $300 a month, with a credit score near 525.

Payments vary by FICO score, if your credit score is not in the 500, 525, 550 range, select one below to find the best used car that you can afford.

To find the best zero down payment auto financing rate that you qualify for either check your credit score, or request an auto loan under $300 with poor credit before visiting local area used car lots.

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Cities With Affordable Used Car Listings


It does not matter if you have bad, poor or slow credit with a credit score in the 500, 525, 550 range. Select a city below to find vehicle that you are able to own.

States with the Best Finance Deals for Poor Credit

Use our website to find budget, affordable, low priced automobiles with payments in the 250, 300, 350 dollars per month range. Choose a popular state below to find a pre-owned car that you can buy, lease, or finance.

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Monthly or weekly lending payments for people with credit are based on an estimated car loan term of 72 months and an auto finance interest rate based on a less than perfect credit with no money down towards the pre-owned luxury dealership's used car list price. Automobile sales tax, and local used car lot fees were not included when calculating an auto loan payment less than $600 a month, or under $149 per week. If you cannot budget money to pay the TT&L fees when buying a used car, add an additional $55 per month for every $1,000 borrowed from the auto loan lender.