Americans are leasing cars and taking out new car loans at a record pace, according to the latest data from Experian Automotive.
Shoppers looking to lease a car are frustrated with the deals advertised on TV, a new study says.
Car buyers are taking advantage of low interest rates by taking out larger auto loans.
New car registrations are at the highest rate in at least the last five years.
New-car leasing is up 12.5 percent, the highest level since Experian Automotive began tracking it in 2006.
There are more car leases available than in the past, but car leasing is more expensive on the whole, according to research by SwapALease.com.
Drivers shopping for a car lease are looking for different deals than they have in the past, according to a new study by SwapALease.com.
It seems there’s a trend of computer-savvy criminals rolling back odometers on off-lease cars to make them appear as if they have lower mileage than they really do. A recent review of off-lease cars in the Northeast by AiM Mobile Inspections, a nationwide company that evaluates new and used vehicles, showed an estimated 30 percent
If your retirement planning doesn’t leave enough money to pay off the car lease you committed to when times were better, here’s a possible solution. LeaseTrader.com, a website that helps people get out of leases they don’t want anymore, notes that baby boomers are among their best customers. About 29 percent — up from 21