“It’s not really that they are producing less chips,” says Karl Brauer from the automotive website iSeeCars, “it’s that there are more reasons to produce chips now or more demand for chips.”
Fewer chips means fewer vehicles — new and used — but that doesn’t mean you can’t find the vehicle you want.
“I never thought I would have a luxury vehicle in my life and I walked away with my dream car,” says Lilith Lerma of Antioch.
She thinks the pandemic has made buying a car easier.
“The whole process was fast and seamless,” she says, “and probably the best buying experience I’ve ever had.”
She’s not the only one with a pleasant pandemic buying experience.