New vehicles depreciate the minute you drive off the lot. That's why more shoppers are wising up to this cost-saving opportunity.
Used cars and trucks now on track to reach a record number of preowned vehicle sales in the US.
Regulators say the recent rise of subprime delinquencies in the US is a cause of significant concern.
A new report finds the average age of a vehicle in the US has reached an all-time high of almost 12 years.
Financial advisors say that most of their clients are confused about the ins and outs and associated costs of credit.
Earl Hesterberg, Group 1 Automotive CEO, discusses the demand for new and used cars as well as what auto sales figures are saying about the state of the economy. CNBC's Phil LeBeau weighs in.
CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports why those with good credit ratings are turning to used cars rather than new.
Car buyers with the best credit records are shifting gears, with more of them taking out loans for used vehicles instead of new ones.
KBW analysts are looking at "shadow banking" stocks and think nonbank lenders may rebound.
Delinquencies in subprime auto loans are on the rise, and that could signal bad news for lenders and automakers.
Santander Consumer USA looks to resolve issues regarding "discount accretion and credit loss allowance methodologies."
Auto debt recently eclipsed the $1 trillion mark but big banks are cranking out more and more auto loans.
A look at the top five most- and least-expensive auto insurance rate increases, by state, for parents adding a teen to an existing policy.
Nissan is set to buy 34% of Mitsubishi. Carlos Ghosn, Renault-Nissan CEO, discusses the deal, auto sales, Brexit, and more.
Looser car loan restrictions could indicate that Singapore's central bank may soon ease measures for the property sector.
Singapore's beaten-down home prices may find hopes of a recovery from an unusual source: car loans.
Start-ups have been given an opportunity with borrowers who have poor credit thanks to federal rules.
CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports on new data from Experian showing big records in average auto loans.
The JPMorgan Chase CEO says "someone is going to get hurt" as auto financing roars.
Americans are paying more every month for a new vehicle and making those payments for longer than ever, Experian says.