Car Loans Hit $1 trillion for First Time EverNovember 19, 2015 | in Car Stuff, news
For the first time in history, the total amount owed by American car owners has hit a total of $1 trillion, according to a new article from CNN Money.
According to the report, the loan balances total has been driven by strong car sales, rising car prices, and low interest rates on loans.
New car sales are also up nearly six percent so far this year, and the industry is in position to sell a record number of cars to American buyers this year.
People are also borrowing larger amounts, causing the total amount owed to rise by 11 percent on last year.
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