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Honda, Toyota, Nissan captives face charges of discrimination, report says

The captive finance arms of Honda, Toyota and Nissan may have to limit how much they allow dealers to increase the cost of auto loans after regulators accused the lenders of unintentional discrimination against minority consumers.  » READ
 

Michigan Chevy store wins dispute with customer over $10,000 down payment

 

Dealers feel the need for speed in F&I

 

Despite convenience, electronic registration is tough sell in many states

 

After 18 months, CFPB readies to reimburse Ally customers

 

What Tuttle-Click stores look for in lenders

 

Ford Credit car-sharing plan aims to cut ownership costs

 

3 steps to regulatory compliance

 

NYC dealership must provide documents for non-English speakers

 

Lenders stretch subprime auto loans, stoking concerns over consumer debt load

 

CarMax originates $15 million in subprime loans in latest quarter

 

BB&T launches flat fees

 

Must dealers steer clear of credit repair?

 

Legal turmoil at 2 Alabama stores: What went wrong?

 

Why longer loan terms are not a big concern

 

Lawsuit could test the F&I videotape defense

 

The advantages for going online with F&I

 

A case for breaking the 300% rule

 

CFPB widens auto lending oversight to non-bank financiers

 

Ally boosts nonprime lending, non-GM business

 

Why credit bureaus' loan data vary

 

Auto lenders’ decision times drop

 

Dealer helps high-rate customers refinance

 

Leasing makes 'obscene' pickup prices respectable

 

Mixed reviews are in after assuming lease for Volt

 

As carmakers and dealers embrace leasing to boost sales, analysts mull finance option's limits

 

Dealership groups' hot F&I revenue: $7 billion

 

Dealers confront GAP sold by major auto insurers

 

Lease or buy, treat ultraluxury customers differently

 

Auto-loan delinquency rates drop to lowest level in a decade

 

Average new-car loan hit 67 months in Q1

 

Ally Insurance launches extended service contracts, supporting technology

 

How credit unions, as a group, will become the largest auto lender

 

0% loans mark the start of summer

 

U.S. vehicle loan terms hit record in Q1

 

Will CFPB's use of disparate impact be altered by Supreme Court housing ruling?

 

Auto loans and balances, boosted by millennials, rise in Q1

 

Former Suzuki store owner wins right to arbitrate in consumer dispute

 

F&I providers and lenders, here's your chance to fulfill dealers' dreams

 

Larry Miller Group launches Fast Pass to speed auto transactions