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Auto loan interest rates are currently out of whack, running slightly higher than usual, and banking experts are not sure how long it will be before they fall to normal levels
Two major automakers are revving up customer rebates and incentives this summer in an effort to boost sales, but hefty interest rate hikes are taking a bite out of discount financing.
A number of banks, credit unions and finance companies are offering pre-approved auto loans through web sites, promoting fast turnaround time and a range of dealerships to choose from.
Most large banks and half of the major auto manufacturers do not offer online loan applications on their Web sites.
Car shoppers scouring the Internet for price information and tips on outsmarting the dealer should add one more task to their online list: auto financing.
New federal disclosure rules require auto dealers to clearly spell out the financing amount for car buyers who are buried in their trade-ins.
The trend toward securitization in automobile loan financing is eroding the previous link between car loan interest rates and other interest rates
Bankrate.com readers share their worst experiences with auto loans
A car dealer is giving away secured credit cards to its auto buyers.
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