You might think that with the economic outlook being so bleak that dealers would be having cars on their lots begging for buyers. However, according to Edmunds, this is simply not the case. In fact, the Prius C made by Toyota is being sold on average only three days after it hits the lot. This is fairly first turn around.
The Prius isn’t the only car moving at this rate, in fact, Toyota hybrid models are moving on average nearly two times faster than any other car. This is great news for car dealers who are worried about cars sitting on their lots for long periods of time.
There is another advantage for those who have car dealer websites, you can display these hot sellers and get more buyers interested in visiting your website and your lot meaning you have a greater potential for making a sale.
Keeping consumers updated on what cars you have available for sale while gas prices are high is important. More consumers may be considering downgrading to a more economical car including hybrids. Do not risk losing out on sales because your competitor has a website and you do not. Remember, with more consumers looking for more cost effective vehicles, the chance to make a sale is now.