The COVID-19 pandemic has helped to stunt the growth of credit union auto lending, but that essential product remains a major part of the movement's loan portfolio.

While some measures, such as market share, dipped year over year, loan quality – as measured by delinquencies – has held up well through the economic upheaval, according to Callahan & Associates' analysis of third quarter 2020 data from the NCUA, the most recent available.

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