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Hope in Sight for High-Risk Tiers

Hope in Sight for High-Risk Tiers

Things are still challenging for below-prime customers, but the middle tiers are beginning to show signs of life, Experian Automotive reveals.

October 1, 2010

Lanes Open for Prime Tiers

Lanes Open for Prime Tiers

Sixty-day delinquencies are on the decline and credit quality continues to improve, but lenders still favored prime customers in the first quarter.

June 28, 2010

Market on the Mend

Market on the Mend

The auto finance market continued to stabilize in the fourth quarter, as the crash of 2008 continues to become a distant memory. New financing, however, will remain the domain of the prime and superprime tiers in the months to come.

April 1, 2010

2009 NAF Survey: Buyers Steered Toward Used

The NAF Association’s annual survey revealed the stress finance companies felt heading into 2009, but it also illustrated a firmer grasp of what was at stake. The question is whether this understanding will make financing widely available again.

August 1, 2009

Credit Codes Still a Mystery

Credit Codes Still a Mystery

Not only are lenders staying away from anything subprime, they’re also pushing more consumers toward the used-vehicle market. And with more than $5.7 billion in loans reported 60 days delinquent, Experian Automotive predicts further market volatility.

July 1, 2009

Tracking the 2008 Credit Crisis

Tracking the 2008 Credit Crisis

By the end of 2008, more than $7 billion worth of automotive loans were 60 days delinquent. Experian market analyst tracks the single-most challenging year for auto finance and provides her take on the road ahead.

April 1, 2009