3 Reasons Why Consumers Are Driving Used-Vehicles Longer

Cars are lasting longer, period. I’ve proved that with a sample of one by rolling to 200,000 miles just recently in my 2004 Toyota Sequoia. The motivation for doing this was partly to keep up with my sister in Northern California. She loyally and voraciously maintains mountain-ready Toyota trucks and SUVs well past 200,000 miles. […]
  • Samuel Ellis
  • January 14, 2019
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Signs of Further Market Decline

The rumblings around a deterioration in the auto lending sector have gotten louder. This morning the Federal Reserve published its bimonthly Beige Book report on regional economic activity, and it displays cracks in the auto finance facade. Regional Fed banks report tightening credit in various pockets around the nation. For example, the New York Fed […]
  • JJ Hornblass
  • June 2, 2017
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One for the Record Books

It is hard to avoid gaping at the performance of the auto industry in 2016. “Wow” just doesn’t seem to do justice to the record sales year. The 17.6 million new cars sold last year did not just top the 2015 total. Yes, analysts had projected another record year in 2016, but predictions are just […]
  • JJ Hornblass
  • January 5, 2017
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