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Edmunds: Auto Loan Interest Rates Climb Back to Pre-Recession Levels

With September in the books, Edmunds reported this week that interest rates have stayed above 5% for eight months in a row and now mirror levels not seen since before the Great Recession.

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Edmunds: Zero Percent Finance Deals Evaporate in August

Two years ago, zero percent finance deals accounted for 14.6% of transactions. Last month, they only accounted for 7.4%. Edmunds analysts point to higher interest rates as one of the reasons for the scarcity in zero percent finance deals in August.

Edmunds: Stage Set for Market Contraction

June’s annual percentage rate of 5.82% marked a 17% increase since January 2018. Add rising rates to a virtually saturated U.S. market, record-high vehicle prices, and historically high numbers of people who owe more than their cars are worth, and the stage is set for a market contraction, the firm said.

Edmunds: Used-Vehicle Prices Hit Record High in Q1

Although shoppers continue to flock toward pricier trucks and SUVs, steadily rising gas prices are beginning to stimulate consumer demand and increase residual values for smaller vehicles.

Auto Loan Interest Rates Soar to Eight-Year High

Edmunds analysts say the industry is beginning to see the trickle-down effect from the rate increases happening at the federal level. February's annual percentage rate on new finance vehicles was expected to average 5.2%, up from 4.9% in the year-ago period.

Edmunds: 100,000-Mile Cars More Valuable Than Shoppers Think

Thanks to a tight supply of late-model used vehicles, values don’t dramatically drop once the odometer crosses six figures, according to a new report from vehicle information site.

Edmunds: Down Payments Reach Record Levels in May

Car buyers are putting down $504 more on a new-vehicle purchase than they did five years ago. But with buyers purchasing pricier cars and interest rates on the rise, something has to give, Edmunds.com analysis said.

Used-Vehicle Market Bracing for Off-Lease Tidal Wave

While low interest rates and consistent values are making it possible for the market to absorb the wave of newer, more expensive off-lease vehicles, demand for older, less expensive vehicles hasn't waned. But with fewer older vehicles available, sellers will be at a disadvantage, Edmunds said this week.

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Lease Volume Reaches Record High in 2016, Edmunds Reports

Leasing accounted for 31% of new-vehicle sales in 2016, up from 29% in 2015. And according to the vehicle information, nearly one-third of all millennials turned to leasing to secure a new vehicle.