Auto sales and loans have remained strong thanks to low interest rates and a steady job market.
Credit union auto lenders also report an increase in lease activity.
Credit unions that compare how many auto loans come from indirect channels to how many originate organically may be in for a shock.
More than half of the Fed's 12 districts report strong new vehicle sales the past three months.
John Dee Carruth, CEO of Alabama One, speaks out about his temporary suspension, lawsuits against the credit union and a short annual meeting.
Rental firm says its used car sales through credit unions up nearly 20% year-over-year.
Members in Alaska, Michigan and Oregon may have an edge over others when it comes to shopping for a vehicle.
Henderson, Nev., facility has showroom that can accommodate up to 200 vehicles and is nearly 10 times the size of its predecessor.
The ratio of borrowers that are 60 more days past due on their auto loans continue to remain at near historic low levels, TransUnion says.
The growth came through used car sales to more than 23,000 credit union members last year.