As the microchip shortage continues to impact the new and used car market, new car inventory decreased by 15.7 percent in May compared to April, and used car prices increased by 6.3 percent, according to automotive research firm iSeeCars’ latest monthly analysis.
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Inventory shortage continues to drive increased vehicle prices

As the microchip shortage continues to impact the new and used car market, new car inventory decreased by 15.7 percent in May compared to A… Read more