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Frontier Leads Early Wave of Lease Price Drops

The latest report from Wantalease.com finds several factories already offering lease discounts ahead of the usual year-end rush.

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Auto Loan and Lease Activity Slows as Balances Grow

Equifax analysts say U.S. auto loan and lease originations declined 0.6% and 3.9% year-over-year in the first half of 2019, but balances for new vehicle loans were up 2.6%.

Buick, Porsche Lead Latest Sales Satisfaction Index

J.D. Power analysts ranked Buick and Porsche highest among mass market and highline brands in its latest study dedicated gauging satisfaction and future loyalty among U.S. car buyers.

Subprime Fell to Lowest Share Since 2011 in April

An Equifax review of auto finance data from the first four months of 2019 found subprime’s percentage of total originations fell to 22.7% for all purchases and 9.2% of new-vehicle leases.

Prime Buyers Flock to Used Vehicles in Q2 Report

Experian’s Q2 auto finance report consumers continue to uncover ways to manage monthly payments. For a record percentage of prime borrowers, that meant passing on a $32,000-plus new-vehicle loan in favor of a pre-owned unit.

Mazda Turns to Toyota for Captive Financing

Toyota Motor Credit will offer loans, leases, and F&I products to Mazda’s U.S. dealers and customers, replacing the JPMorgan Chase-backed Mazda Capital Services as the factory’s captive finance company.

Lease Swap Approval Rates Rise to 69.1% in July

Lease approval ratings improved in July following a slight dip in June, according to the latest report from Swapalease.com.

Swapalease: March Approval Rates Exceed 70%

Approval rates on Swapalease’s online marketplace were up 4.8% in March, registering a 70.7% approval rate, the highest since October.

FTC Approves Consent Order in Texas Dealer’s Deceptive Advertising Case

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Swapalease: Q2 Dominated by SUVs, CUVs, Sports Cars

CINCINNATI — Swapalease.com released its quarterly lease trends report for the second quarter of 2017. The report shows that only three brands increased in search traffic from the first quarter. Infiniti, Ram and Chrysler saw a rise in search traffic by 10%, 5% and 3%, respectively. Among domestic brands, GMC saw the largest decrease in ... Read More »