Americans are leasing cars and taking out new car loans at a record pace, according to the latest data from Experian Automotive.
There are times when car leasing makes sense, and a low mileage lease in retirement may be one of those times.
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.
Customers are getting approved for car leases at the highest pace since the recession.
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.