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More than 37 million vehicles have been recalled so far in 2014. Will these recalls have an adverse impact to lender portfolios? I’d like to see if you have time to review new research from Black Book Lender Solutions that takes a closer look at what lenders might expect. Click here to download the report.
While safety has understandably been the main concern with these and most vehicle recalls, how has vehicle retention fared following these situations? When a particular vehicle undergoes a recall, should auto lenders steer clear of the vehicles when determining their portfolio expansion strategies? Black Book Lender Solutions’ new white paper analyzes several recalls in recent history to help auto lenders make the right decision for their portfolios:
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