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According to CUNA Mutual Group, used vehicle loans at credit unions were up 3.7% year to date and 6.8% since June 2011.
High school students in Utah who show academic improvement and reach their goals could be rewarded for their efforts with a new car.
The recent increase in gasoline prices doesn’t appear to be deterring members and others from buying cars.
NAFCU economist says average car is 11 years old. He predicts slow but steadily improving sales in 2012.