Auto loan rates stabilized after falling for several weeks.
New and used car loan rates set new low points for the year.
The average rate on a five-year new car loan fell one basis point.
The average rate on a new five-year car loan fell to 4.18 percent.
Rates on most new and used car loans held steady this week.
Rates for new and used car loans were slightly lower this week.
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New and used car loan rates declined this week.
Rates for both new and used car loans fell this week.
Used car loan rates shifted into reverse.
Rates on new and used car loans fell slightly this week.
If you didn't take advantage of low rates in 2013, you may not get a chance this year.
Auto loan rates held steady this week.
Rates on new and used auto loans jumped this week.
Auto loan rates inched up this week.
A number of increases in auto loan rates posted this week.
Auto loan rates were mostly lower this week.
Rates on new and used car loans fell this week.
Auto loan rates slammed into reverse this week.
Rates for both new and used auto loans fell this week.
Used-car loan rates lurched higher.
Both new- and used-car loan rates inched off their record lows.
Auto loan rates fell this week.
Auto loan rates were mostly higher this week.
Both new- and used-car loan rates pulled back this week.
New-car loan rates inched lower this week.
Rates on used-car loans lurched higher this week.
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New-car loan rates inched lower.
Auto loan rates crept lower this week.
Auto loan rates were up again this week.
Auto loan rates were mixed this week.
Both new and used car loan rates continue to reset record lows.
Auto loans stayed in neutral this week.
Auto loan rates were down slightly this week.
Used-car loan rates fell sharply this week.
Low mortgage rates should stick around in 2013. See what will happen to rates on other products.
Low rates on home equity loans and home equity lines of credit will remain in 2013.
Car shoppers can expect the trend of low auto loan rates to continue and to find it easier to get approved for a car loan in 2013.
In 2013, money market account rates will follow CD rates downward.
Expect only a slight rise in 2013 credit card interest rates with the federal funds rate near zero.
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Rates on both new- and used-car loans continue to move lower.
With the Fed pledging to keep interest rates low, you can save some money on borrowing.
After months of sliding, auto loan rates inched higher this week.
Auto rates drove into record low territory this week.