The Year That Carmakers Revved Up LoansBy
This past year will go down as a great one for automakers, in part because they financed fearlessly. Car loans have long been a means to an end—selling more vehicles—but banking has turned into an increasingly lucrative side business as an improving economy helped push late payments to minuscule levels.
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