Business Ideas: Automotive Predictions for New and Used Car Sales in Australia for 2022

Are we right or are we wrong? What do you think the numbers will be for the Australian Automotive New Car Market in 2022. Let us know what you think are the factors that will influence the market in 2022 for new and used car sales and give us your comments below. We would love to hear from you. Mark and John discuss factors that will impact budgets for 2022 and do a review of the automotive market. We challenge you, the listeners, to tell us what you think will be the main factors that will impact new and used vehicle volumes for 2022 budget.

We discuss in detail exchange rates, production shortages, supply constraints and factors that will impact consumer demand such as disposable income, inflation and buying habits such as overseas trips. We also look into new trends such as car subscription and electric vehicles. We delve into the agency model and various new distribution models. We review and put a peg in the the sand of where they think new vehicle volumes will be, how this will impact used vehicle volumes and where a dealer should focus on the aftermarket part of the business. We discuss technical skill shortages and how this will impact the aftermarket part of the business.

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