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Auto loans come in all shapes and sizes in order to accommodate the budgetary goals of members. In an effort to meet these needs, credit unions have found it necessary to provide extended loan options. A decade ago the average auto loan remained fixed at 60 months. However, this has changed with the average loan term for new vehicles at 68 months and 66 months for pre-owned, as reported by Experian Automotive. With that in mind, credit unions remain committed to providing this option to members as it allows them to be competitive in the marketplace. The average loan term is expected to climb as prices of vehicles continue to rise. Meanwhile, consumers look toward capping monthly payments at a threshold they are comfortable with.

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