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Gen Z, millennials late on car payments as student loans loom

Customers’ struggles to pay bills can erode the future dealership business. “The surge in delinquencies coincides, perhaps not surprisingly, with a steep drop in new auto loans, particularly among borrowers with lower credit scores,” wrote Hoenig. The amount borrowed for vehicles in the first quarter by consumers ages 18 to 29 fell 25 percent from

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Nissan preps Canton, Miss., plant to build EVs

Pivoting the factory to battery vehicles is a complex endeavor. Nissan must expand the facility’s physical footprint to accommodate the assembly of battery packs and other components. “We will drive for more localization to reduce CO2 emissions in the supply chain,” Johnson said. New technologies, such as laser brazing, will be introduced in the body

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Should You Use Insurance to Replace Your Windshield: Yes or No?

It’s likely what happened to you before: a chipped or cracked windshield. Unfortunately, this type of issue generally occurs quickly, and without any warning. In addition, chips, cracks and breaks can be big, small, easy to fix or very expensive to repair. Each situation is different and calls for a specific action. It’s important to

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JLR’s new identities: Range Rover, Discovery, Defender, Jaguar

JLR announced Wednesday that Jaguar’s first car under its new strategy will be a four-door electric GT priced at more than £100,000 ($124,200) with a range of up to 700 kilometers (435 miles). The absence of the Land Rover name in the rebrand created controversy on social media within the UK, with some commentators assuming

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