Day: July 3, 2021

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Get ready to compromise as chip shortage limits options, raises prices

In the age of seemingly endless options for cereal, condiments and candies, choice is often taken for granted.

But these days, choice is a luxury when it comes to buying a new or used vehicle.

With the global semiconductor chip shortage hobbling automotive production, vehicle availability is constrained and prices are soaring as automakers are struggling to keep up with demand.

The upshot for consumers shopping for a new or used vehicle during the July 4 holiday weekend is that flexibility is paramount.

That is, embrace the Rolling Stones philosophy: You can’t always get what you want.

Chip shortage hobbles availability

“The No. 1 thing – and it will be really obvious when people show up at the dealership lot – is there simply won’t be the selection you’re accustomed to,” said Ivan Drury, analyst at car research site Edmunds.

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‘Perfect storm’ of chip shortage, soaring demand pushes used car prices to new highs

Canadian car shoppers hoping to buy a used vehicle ahead of a summer road trip can expect two things: Fewer options and higher prices.



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A global shortage of semiconductors, a small but crucial computer chip used in new vehicles, has curtailed production for months.

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The situation has sent shock waves through the North American auto industry, causing lengthy wait times for new vehicles and driving up the demand and cost of used vehicles.

The problem is expected to worsen in Canada in the coming weeks as the economy reopens and pent up demand from repeated lockdowns hits the market, experts say. 

“The impact of the shortage has been slightly muted in Canada so far this year, mainly due to COVID-19 lockdown restrictions,” said James Hancock, director of business development for Canadian Black Book, an automotive data analytics company.

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