COMMERCIAL TRUCK INVENTORY AT ALL TIME LOW

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Why Order Your Commercial Vehicle Now?

Most are aware of the vehicle shortage this country’s been facing the last two years. The bad news is, according to experts in the auto industry, the shortage is not going away anytime soon. While many Americans rely on vehicles for daily commuting and transportation needs, those that own small businesses, or work in industrial fields, such as construction, rely 100% on trucks and vans to make their business work. Keep your business going smoothly by placing a custom order of a commercial Ram van or truck! The benefit of pre-ordering your vehicle through your local Ram dealership, is your order will place you at the front of the line. No more waiting for the dealer lot to fill with the model you need. Get the exact model you’ve been looking for, choose specific features needed for your business, and don’t let the lack of inventory hamper your commercial vehicle needs.

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"We're nearly halfway through 2022 and the global microchip shortage — as expected — is still wreaking havoc on car manufacturing. Dealer lots are seemingly empty, new car prices are very much being padded by "market adjustments," and hot new models like the Ford F-150 Lightning, Bronco, and Maverick are seldom to be seen. Now, Automotive News reports that these issues have resulted in millions of cars never going into production."

 - Rob Stumpf, TheDrive.com

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Chip Shortage’s Latest Toll: A Shortage of Work Trucks

A bottleneck has left small businesses and municipalities competing over scarce supply of commercial vehicles as business rebounds.


"A shortage of computer chips that are used for everything from engines to air bags has disrupted vehicle production for months, squeezing dealer inventory and leaving car shoppers with scant selection and elevated prices. As automakers prioritize building pricey trucks and SUVs for individual buyers, commercial-fleet operators—which generally favor no-frills models and buy them at a discount—have been disproportionately affected, analysts and dealers say."


- Ben Foldy and Mike Colias, Wall Street Journal


Note On Supply Chain Delays: Due to the effect of the pandemic on the automotive supply chain, plus overwhelming demand, customers should anticipate longer than usual wait times for delivery of custom orders for the foreseeable future. Your commercial team account manager will provide the best available estimate of your vehicle's arrival date. We appreciate your patience and understanding.