Well at least we got a touchdown LOL.Given the low inventory this isn't that surprising. The pent up demand means as soon as a SC arrives on a lot it is sold - which also explains these insane mark ups, which will only continue. Now it will be interesting to see how long this lasts. The C8 has been out for TWO years and is still hard to get. I'm betting the SC rush will not have that kind of staying power.
Guess it all depends on how many SC they planned on making. This data only tells us they sell quickly, calling it a "hit" is jumping to conclusions. This is like throwing for a touch down on your first pass, its means nothing if your next 10 passes get intercepted.
The funny thing is that scarcity can actually increase demand.It's impressive but it doesn't really say much, for example if the supply is really constrained, as long as there are more buyers than the actual product, it will be flying off the shelves or dealership in this case.
Very true. You see this all the time at restaurants, the infamous "false wait". They will sometimes block off sections forcing people into all the tables near the bar to make the place appear very busy and thus popular.The funny thing is that scarcity can actually increase demand.