NADAguides Names Most in Demand Yet Hardest to Find Vehicles
As is the case in any industry, the law of supply and demand is a huge driver in the automotive market. The ability to keep popular models flowing into dealership inventory is the key to success at both the dealership and manufacturer level.
NADAguides, one of the most trusted names in automotive analysis, recently released its Most in Demand Vehicles Report. The report is a comprehensive list of the hardest to find models as well as alternative choices for shoppers willing to go beyond their original ideas.
According to the press release, “the analysts at NADAguides first compiled a list of the 25 most in demand vehicles currently on the market based on overall industry sales during the month of April 2011 as well as consumer interest on NADAguides.com. Then, taking into account current days-supply of vehicle inventory, the analysts at NADAguides narrowed the report to those vehicles that had less than 30 days-supply of inventory availability as of the end of April 2011.”
The top six Most in Demand Vehicles, and recommended alternative options provided by NADAguides are:
2011 Ford Explorer is in high demand, so instead you may want to consider the 2011 GMC Acadia
2011 Honda Civic is in high demand, so instead you may want to consider the 2011 Mitsubishi Lancer
2011 Hyundai Elantra is in high demand, so instead you may want to consider the 2011 Suzuki SX
2011 Hyundai Sonata is in high demand, so instead you may want to consider the 2011 Nissan Altima
2011 Kia Sorento is in high demand, so instead you may want to consider the 2011 Mazda CX-7
2011 Toyota Prius is in high demand, so instead you may want to consider the 2011 Honda CR-Z
NADAguides offered the alternatives to the high demand vehicles as they offer similar features, amenities and fuel efficiency.
As we recommend here on AutoBuying101.com, you should always consider multiple auto models to help ensure you are making a smart and confident decision. When it comes to finding autos that are in high demand, you may want to consider traveling to dealerships outside of your local area as you may need to be flexible to find the specific auto you want.
Check out the NADAguides site for more details on their NADAguides Most in Demand Report, and if you need an easy way to check auto stock availability and prices at multiple dealers check out our Dealer Select Pricing Tool, and Nationwide Autos For Sale Search.