AUBURN HILLS, MI – The rash of 0% financing schemes being offered today by the Big Three could provide an unexpected benefit in the years to come, one industry executive says. That’s because many of today’s new car buyers could find they have equity in their vehicles before their finance contracts run out. "The biggest problem the industry (has) had on the retail side was negative (trade-in) equity," Gary Dilts, Chrysler Group senior vice president-sales tells Ward's in an ...
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