The COVID pandemic and semiconductor shortage drained dealer inventories, leaving buyers scrambling to find the vehicle they wanted — even as dealers frequently tacked on thousands of dollars in markups. Now, however, inventories are rapidly getting back up to normal — though the UAW strike did cause production delays for a handful of domestic models. Better yet, you may find incentives on the model you’re looking to buy. Find out more at Headlight.News.
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Months of high interest rates and higher payments slowed consumer enthusiasm for new vehicles in October, but remained strong enough for automakers to post gains. Check out what companies enjoyed the month the most at Headlight.News.
New vehicle sales were strong in September rounding out a very robust third quarter. Automakers enjoyed an 18.8% jump compared to the year-ago numbers. Get details at Headlight.News.
For what you once have paid for a “nearly new” vehicles, you now might have to settle for something 8 years old. Find out why prices are rising, and if it’s likely to change at Headlight.News.