Countdown Continues: Top 5 Subprime Stories of 2016

canstockphoto28013147While subprime finance options are still lagging in powersports today, some lenders and startups have emerged, or increased their footprint in the industry to pick up the slack in 2016 — including Ride Today Acceptance and virtual F&I office Full Throttle Finance.

Adding to the dearth of options, however, was subprime leasing provider Chrome Capital, which stopped accepting new lease applications in September — and is expected to shut down operations amid an investor pullout.

With 2016 right around the corner, here is today’s countdown of’s top 5 subprime stories of the year:

  1. Startup Lenders to Drive Subprime Competition
  2. Chrome Capital to Shut Down Amid Investor Pullout
  3. Startup Aims to Grab Subprime Share
  4. New Entrant Subprime Lenders Yield High Dealer Fees
  5. Startup Virtual F&I Office Aims to Bolster Subprime Growth

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