What Car Shortage? You Can Buy These Luxury SUVs Right Now

All anyone in the automotive industry can talk about these days is the chip shortage and production delays that are creating high demand. Cars, SUVs and pickup trucks are flying off dealer lots, and it’s becoming difficult to find the vehicle you want. On top of that, you may end up paying way more than you would have a year or two ago. If you want a luxury SUV, you do have some options. These are the luxury SUVs you can find right now.

A dark blue 2021 Lincoln Corsair in a parking lot.
2021 Lincoln Corsair | Lincoln

The 2021 Infiniti QX50 was the slowest selling luxury SUV in three states

According to iSeeCars, the 2021 Infiniti QX50 was the slowest selling car in Georgia in August of 2021. It took an average of 181.1 days to sell this luxury SUV. In Oregon, things were slightly better for the 2021 Infiniti QX50, but not much. It took 160.7 days to sell the 2021 Infiniti QX50. And in Texas, things were best for the QX50, where it was unsold only 108.8 days. 

The 2021 Buick Encore took more than 250 days to sell

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The 2021 Buick Encore was the slowest selling car in the state of Indiana. It took an average of 169.2 days to sell the 2021 Buick Encore. Things were worse for the 2021 Buick Encore in Mississippi, where it took an average of 271 days to sell the newest Encore. 

The 2021 Alfa Romeo Stelvio wasn’t exactly a popular luxury SUV in Kentucky and Ohio

In Kentucky, the 2021 Alfa Romeo Stelvio was the luxury SUV that took the longest time to sell. The 2021 Alfa Romeo Stelvio sat on dealer lots for 90.2 days. In Ohio, the 2021 Alfa Romeo Stelvio remained unsold for 134.6 days. This might be a great time to make an offer on a 2021 Alfa Romeo Stelvio, especially if you’re in Kentucky or Ohio.

The 2021 Lincoln Corsair took the better portion of a year to sell

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It may feel unbelievable, but the 2021 Lincoln Corsair took 263.2 days to sell in Maryland. Maryland wasn’t the only state where the 2021 Lincoln Corsair took longer than usual to sell. In Michigan, it took 165 to sell the Lincoln Corsair. 

The 2021 Audi Q3 wasn’t exactly a best-seller in Vermont

In Vermont, the 2021 Audi Q3 took 63.3 days to sell. This is much quicker than most of the other luxury SUVs on this list, but it’s still much slower than the current average. If you’re in Vermont and in the market for a 2021 Audi Q3, you might be able to get a great deal right now. 

The 2021 Volvo XC60 was the slowest selling car in the United States in August

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The 2021 Volvo XC60 took the longest to sell of any vehicle in the United States in August of 2021. The 2021 XC60 sat on dealer lots for an astonishing 308 days before being sold, on average. If you’d be happy in a brand new Volvo XC60, now’s the perfect time to take a look at what’s available near you. 

Each of these luxury SUVs offers an opportunity for you to get a great deal on a really nice (and generally expensive) SUV. If you’ve been thinking about buying a new luxury SUV, and these strike your fancy, it might be a good time to try to negotiate a killer deal. You just might be one of the lucky few to buy a vehicle right now and be happy with what you paid for it.

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