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AFSA Panel Bursts Subprime Bubble

Representatives from the three major credit bureaus opened the 21st annual Vehicle Finance Conference and Exposition by confirming that there is no forming subprime bubble. They explained why and how millennials are contributing to a healthy auto finance market.

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The Facts of Leasing

Leasing isn’t slowing down. In fact, it’s spreading to the ­pre-owned market. Dealership expert breaks down the keys to making leasing a viable option for showroom customers.

No Bubbles Here

The auto finance industry continued to quell the subprime bubble talk, with finance sources extending credit to five times more superprime car buyers than deep subprime shoppers.

96.7% of Jeeps Are U.S.-Built, Experian Reports

An Experian analysis found that out of all auto brands that sell in the United States, Jeep had the highest percentage of vehicles built domestically. According to the analysis, 96.7% of Jeeps on U.S. roads were assembled in the country.

Auto Loan Balances Top $1 Trillion in Q1, Experian Reports

Lease balances also skyrocketed in 2016's opening quarter, while subprime loan volumes showed double-digit growth. Delinquencies, however, remained in check, the firm reported.

1.8 Million Off-Lease Vehicles Returning to the Market in 2016, Experian Reports

The amount of cars being leased has grown by 76% since 2008, according to an Experian Automotive study. By the end of 2016, 1.8 million off-lease vehicles will return to the market, the firm says.

Experian: More Consumers Turning to Leasing, Used Vehicles

With new-vehicle loan amounts and monthly payments rising to record highs during the fourth quarter, leasing’s share of the market grew to record levels. Data from Experian Automotive also showed that more consumers turned to the used-vehicle market in the end-of-year period.

Q4 2015 Outstanding Loan Balances Reach Highest Level on Record, Experian Reports

Outstanding auto loan balances totaled $987 billion in the fourth quarter 2015, up 11.5% from the year-ago period and the highest level since Experian Automotive began publicly tracking the data in 2006.

Subaru, Ford Rank Highest in Loyalty Rates, Experian Reports

Between October 2014 and September 2015, consumers returned to Subaru and Ford more than any other OEM brand, according Experian Automotive.

New-Vehicle Registrations Return to Prerecession Levels

Based on new-vehicle registration data collected by Experian Automotive, industry sales have returned to prerecession levels. Crossover utility vehicles and the state of California have led the way, accounting for 23.9% and 11.8% of all new-vehicle registrations, respectively.