Car dealerships remain open
I was a bit surprised to learn car dealerships are still open. I wasn’t surprised that they’re “essential,” but that people are looking to purchase cars currently with all the financial instability.
Nevertheless, dealerships in San Diego are offering a “no contact experience.” I’m not entirely sure if all this means is that you’ll forego a handshake, or if prices are more directly revealed instead of the back and forth with the dealer manager until a “compromise” is reached.
I would think that they would be doing all they can to move units, especially with the future of sales being so uncertain. But with interest rates so low, it may be the best time to make a purchase if you still have a steady job and a need for a new vehicle.
Do you think dealerships will close around town or will people take advantage of the low interest rates?