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313Households with median incomes can only afford average new car price in one of America's 25 largest cities

Interest.com has taken a look at the 25 largest metropolitan areas in the US to determine which median-income households in those areas can afford to purchase a new car. As it turns out, only those living in Washington, D.C. can realistically swing the payment on an average-priced model. In 2012, new cars and light trucks carried a median MSRP of $30,550, and Interest.com used the 20/4/10 rule to examine what exactly is affordable in each area.

26More Americans paying their car loans on time

Nearly everyone in America with a car loan is making the payment on time, the Detroit Free Press is reporting.

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