Many Americans are planning to use their refund checks to buy a car, according to CarMax.
The CFPB held an Auto Finance Forum recently to discuss auto lending discrimination.
Seventy-nine percent of car buyers are using the Internet for research, and 50 percent are open to buying any car brand.
Car shoppers are making quick decisions when they buy a car.
More people buying a car this year means more car salesmen that are new on the job, according to a Chase study.
Car shoppers consider more car models before buying that ever before, according to the 2013 J.D. Power Avoider Study.
Car shoppers are more satisfied with the sales experience — even when they walk away from buying a car.
Black Friday is a great time to get a new car deal, though it’s only slightly better than any other day through the rest of the year.
As new-car purchases have been rising, so has consumer loyalty to auto brands.
While car sales are up substantially over 2011, sales of hybrid cars are the fastest-growing segment.