Swapalease.com reported on Wednesday that the approval rate for vehicle lease transfers improved in March both on a year-over-year and month-over-month basis.
The latest RVI Risk Outlook from RVI Group not only recapped February wholesale prices movements, but firm analysts projected where new-model lease penetration will trend through 2020 and how much of a pricing impact that level could make.
As Swapalease.com noticed the approval rate for vehicle lease credit applicants jumped more than 30 percent in February, Experian and Edmunds also offered data and analysis on the leasing market — the former looking back at fourth-quarter metrics and the latter reviewing last month’s
This week, White Clarke Group released its 20th annual Global Leasing Report, what the company contends is the only guide to the top 50 leasing markets in the world, summarizes leasing volumes and other market trends.
The International Automotive Remarketers Alliance announced on Tuesday it has updated its new website by integrating association management software designed to improve online membership management.
George W. Bush was not even two full years into his first term as president the last time off-lease volume hit a true peak.
That was 15 years ago and the auto industry has gone through, shall we say, a bit of change since then.
When it comes to lease search activity in the fourth quarter, Hyundai and Subaru showed the most growth, according to Swapalease.com, with GMC highlighting activity for the domestics.
There were a record 4.3 million vehicles leased last year, according to an Edmunds report, which said 31 percent of new-vehicle sales in 2016 were leases.
Even with about two weeks to consider it, Swapalease.com executive vice president Scot Hall still couldn’t remember when an automaker and its captive finance company decided to cut back on new-model leasing activity without dramatic conditions being in place.