Could cheap auto loans cause a bubble?

October 9, 2013 | Last updated on October 9, 2013
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Some auto companies in Canada are offering eight-year interest free loans, and this is causing a spike in car sales, reports the Globe and Mail.

But because these cars are being purchased on credit, this news is cause for concern, says General Motors Canada president Kevin Williams. In fact, it’s comparable to the spike in home sales during the U.S. housing bubble.

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