United States Automotive Loan Market: Fintech Frontiers Impacting Auto Loans

The surge in demand for non-banking financial companies (NBFCs), the rising cost of vehicles, and the increased adoption of web-based platforms and technologies are key factors propelling the United States automotive loan market. According to the TechSci Research report, the market is expected to grow rapidly, driven by increased vehicle sales, particularly as business activities resume in 2022. Favorable economic conditions and enhanced consumer purchasing power contribute to higher automobile sales, making automotive financing a significant driver of the U.S. economy.

Digitalization in the automobile industry has led financial institutions to embrace online services, offering quick and improved customer experiences in areas such as credit approval, car selection, pricing, and direct communication with financiers. The market is also expanding with the growing adoption of green vehicles, driven by increased demand for fuel-efficient cars and stricter regulatory regulations.

President Biden’s executive order in 2021, mandating that 50% of all new cars sold in the United States must be electric by 2030, has led to financial institutions offering green auto loans for zero- or low-emission vehicles. Various manufacturers, including Ford, Nissan, and Tesla, produce these environmentally friendly automobiles, offering lower interest rates and additional benefits to consumers.

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Beyond environmental considerations, automotive loans provide numerous benefits to customers, including affordability, protection, insurance, and additional services like maintenance. The U.S. automotive loan market is segmented based on vehicle type, provider type, percentage of amount sanctioned, tenure, regional distribution, and competitive landscape.

Key market players in the United States automotive loan market include Ally Financial Inc., Bank of America Corporation, Toyota Financial Services, Capital One Financial Corporation, Ford Motor Credit Company, General Motors Financial Company, JPMorgan Chase & Co., U.S. Bancorp, Wells Fargo & Co., and Midland States Bancorp, Inc.

“The market for automotive loans in the US is expected to expand due to the rising demand for passenger cars, the increasing use of alternative fuel vehicles, and proactive government initiatives to encourage electric cars. The rising disposable income of low economy people, shifting consumer lifestyles, expanding automotive production volume, and growing demand for fuel-efficient vehicles contribute to the market’s growth,” said Mr. Karan Chechi, Research Director with TechSci Research.

The report titled “United States Automotive Loan Market By Vehicle Type [Two-Wheeler, Passenger Car, Commercial Vehicle], By Provider Type [Banks, NBFCs (Non-Banking Financial Services, OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer), Others (Fintech Companies)], By Percentage of Amount Sanctioned [Less than 25%, 25-50%, 51-75%, More than 75%], By Tenure [Less than 3 Years, 3-5 Years, More than 5 Years], By Region, Competition Forecast & Opportunities, 2018-2028F” evaluates the future growth potential of the U.S. automotive loan market, providing statistics, information on market structure, size, share, and future growth. The report aims to offer cutting-edge market intelligence to assist decision-makers in sound investment decisions by identifying and analyzing emerging trends, drivers, challenges, and opportunities present in the United States automotive loan market. TechSci Research is a leading global market research firm specializing in research-based consulting assignments across various industrial verticals, serving clients with innovative research solutions and tracking high-growth markets.

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