More Expensive Cars Are Leading to Longer-Term Loans – New York Times

More Expensive Cars Are Leading to Longer-Term Loans
New York Times
It used to be that a car loan lasted three or four years. After 36 or 48 months of payments, you could drive debt-free for a few more years, before deciding if you wanted to get a new vehicle. But times have changed in the automobile buying world. Six

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