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Learn the ins and outs of a car lease agreement to decide if leasing is right for you.
For someone on a fixed budget who is prepared to do a bit of homework, leasing a used car can be a great deal.
Ready to buy a shiny, new Camry but secretly longing for the prestige of a Lexus or BMW? Consider a used luxury car coming off a lease.
Most large banks and half of the major auto manufacturers do not offer online loan applications on their Web sites.
Bankrate.com’s economic report shows auto loan rates set for a big drop, says Greg McBride in Your Money Outlook.
Save $1,000 to $2,000 a year by pledging never to buy a new car again.
New federal disclosure rules require auto dealers to clearly spell out the financing amount for car buyers who are buried in their trade-ins.
Risk-based interest rates let borrowers with flawed credit buy cars.
The best place to make a car loan is through a customer’s bank or credit union. But many car buyers have learned that dealers can find lower interest rates.
Here’s a look at some of the tricks that lenders may try to slide by unsuspecting car buyers.
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.