Slowdown for New Car Sales

In this post, Maryann Keller, principal of MK&A, explains why new car sales are slowing down. Maryann states: “Since 2012, a combination of low interest rates, loan maturities (sometimes up to 84 months or longer), subvented leases, and a willingness by lenders to provide favorable finance terms to subprime borrowers propelled new and used car demand to new records.”

You can read Maryann’s post by clicking the link below: