The Industry's Leading Source for F&I, Sales and Technology
Search Close Menu

Tag Search Result

leasing

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

The approval settles the FTC's December 2017 complaint against Dallas-based Cowboy Toyota regarding its Spanish-language newspaper ads. The regulator charged the dealership with violations of the FTC Act, TILA and the Consumer Leasing Act.

Read more

Swapalease: Q2 Dominated by SUVs, CUVs, Sports Cars

Swapalease.com’s second-quarter report shows growing interest in sport utilities, crossover SUVs and sporty models.

KBB Puts May New-Vehicle Sales at 1.53 Million Units

If the firm's forecast is realized, May's new-vehicle sales total would best April by 7% but would be flat with a year ago. The vehicle information site also believes retail sales will account for 80.5% of volume.

Credit Crisis or Market Rationalization?

Delinquencies are rising and auto finance sources are responding. But the editor wonders if there’s something else at play.

MUSA Auto Finance Secures Funding Capacity of $175 Million

The special finance company, which counts the cofounder and former COO of Exeter Finance in its executive ranks, will use the funding to launch a new and pre-owned auto leasing program this year.

Experian: Total Balances, Amount Financed Reach Record Highs in Q4 2016

The firm today reported that average amounts financed for new and used reached record highs of $30,621 and $19,329, respectively. Total balances also reached a record high, although Experian observed a slowing in year-over-year growth.

CPO: Are You In or Out?

Da Man believes CPO leasing will be the hot ticket in 2017, especially now that vehicle OEMs and private companies have muddied the CPO waters.

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.

Fed Reserve, CFPB Leave TILA, CLA Dollar Thresholds the Same for 2017

The two agencies announced before Thanksgiving that the dollar thresholds in the TILA’s Reg Z. and the CLA’s Reg. M for exempt consumer credit transaction will remain at $54,600 for 2017.

Dealertrack: Millennial Stereotypes Aren't Entirely True

The perception that millennials are content with a carless, ride-hailing life may not be true after all, at least according to new data from Dealertrack.