The sad thing is just when dealers needed a really good summer to recover some lost business they are struggling to get new cars. There will be some big names go under unless the situation improves very soon - which it isn't going to do.Every now and then I look on WBAC to see how the Mustang value is doing, most recent was around a month ago.. 2017 with just over 1000 dry miles came back at just over £30k. Now they email me every other day to tell me they want my car.. now I know why.
My Mother is in the market for a new mini and wants one the same as she is trading in, same colour, spec etc.
The colour is Metallic white with black roof. Spec is "Comfort" I believe. She has been told she has to wait until at least August. She asked if they could find one in another dealership, (Lovetts), and was told, with a snigger.. "sorry, we have no stock"!!
The knock on is second hand values will be firm too, as trade in cars are drying up.