In another effort to drive in more business, some auto lenders, including credit unions, may be more willing to be flexible with credit-challenged consumers.
Three months after a killer tsunami and earthquake engulfed parts of Japan, one of the outcomes is shaping up to be an opportunity for U.S. car manufacturers and shoppers.
To build its auto lending portfolio in a highly aggressive financing market, Diamond Credit Union acknowledges that all potential solutions are on the table.
With gas prices continuing to climb, members who got caught in the big truck mania years ago are probably regretting their purchases as they shell out hundreds of dollars for fuel each week.
New and used car shoppers have a new resource to tap, through a new website from Michigan First Credit Union and TrueCar Inc., an automotive solutions provider.