Chrysler Capital and GM Financial are marketing nearly $2 billion of auto loan-backed securities in what has otherwise been a quiet week on the consumer ABS front.

Chrysler's $732 million deal is backed by auto loans for mostly new cars; GM's is a $1.17 billion subprime auto loan securitization; Standard & Poor’s considers the borrowers "nonprime" while and Moody’s Investor Service considers them to be prime.

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