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These 10 cars are so popular... they're out of stock!

Posted Jan 7th 2013 7:15PM

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Some cars are simply so hot, even dealerships can't keep them in stock! The basic rules of supply and demand apply to every consumer product, especially new cars. If you plan on picking up one of this year's most popular cars, be prepared to face everything from fierce competition to unexpected delivery delays.

Many consumers have to act fast in order to get their hands on some of today's hottest cars, which can make these top 10 cars a tough task to find (even when you've got the cash in hand).

The average vehicle takes around 50 or 60 days to sell. Meanwhile, cars in really high demand stay on dealership lots for as little as 10 days or less. The types of vehicles in tight supply are surprisingly different, as they range from new sports cars and expensive luxury SUVs to fuel friendly hybrids and popular economy cars.

Click here to see the Top 10 hottest cars some dealerships can't seem to keep in stock.


News Source: 24/7 Wall Street via Huffington Post


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