Poms see car loans wither
One day after the UK unveiled a new finance package to get its auto industry back on its feet, research has shown that more Poms are being denied car loans.
UK sweeps in with car loans package
The UK has become the latest country to introduce new measures to try and prop up its auto industry, following in the footsteps of the US and Australia.
Car sales recover after heavy slump
There was a glimmer of life in the Australian auto industry at the end of last year, with car sales up 1.8 per cent on the previous month in December.
Home loan savings reduce "dumb debt"
The money saved on new low interest home loans should be put towards cancelling out “dumb debt” such as that owed on credit cards and car loans, one financial planner has recommended.
Big three go green in Detroit car show
The Detroit car show has been a decidedly eco-conscious affair this year, attendees have noted, with all of the big three US car makers showing off their most fuel efficient, sustainable vehicles.
Aussie auto sales grind to a halt
The Australian auto industry has recorded its worse annual sales results in more than 30 years as business confidence has plummeted across the country.
Ditch the car to save bucks
Consumers who are feeling a little hard up on the cash front at the minute may do well to have a good think about ditching their motor, the New York Times reports.
Automobile misery continues in US
The possibility of the US automotive industry collapsing has re-emerged after plans to bail out the ailing sector were scuppered by the senate.