One in four vehicles sold is financed by a credit union – a 20% jump compared to 2015.
Auto sales and loans have remained strong thanks to low interest rates and a steady job market.
Members in Alaska, Michigan and Oregon may have an edge over others when it comes to shopping for a vehicle.
During the first six months of 2013, Enterprise Car Sales said it generated $224 million in loan volume to more than 12,000 credit union members.
GrooveCar joint venture says post-Sandy numbers up sharply as drivers replace flood-wrecked vehicles.
Equifax economist says average age of cars on road is now the highest ever recorded.
A sustained demand for new cars has helped Autoland Inc. post positive earnings through August, the auto buying CUSO said.
The $890 million credit union in Medford, N.Y., said the new partnership will offer the Enterprise Auto Loan Rate Program to members.
Just a year ago, credit unions were in the midst of a 2.3% contraction within their auto loan portfolios. Not anymore.
Florida third-grade teacher makes pick between new car or $10,000 in cash in CFE FCU promotion with local car dealer.