Vehicle Chip Shortage Updates  
 

Chip shortages, also known as semiconductor shortages, have happened because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Part of the reason behind the shortage comes from how as COVID-19 struck, factories had to shut down to keep the virus from spreading. The reasoning behind shutting down the factories have made sense, but it has led to some inconveniences to be aware of.

What's Next?

Our dealership has worked hard to meet all customers' demands and uses every resource at our disposal to help everyone through this difficult time. We would also like to take the time to thank our customers for their patience as we do our best to cope with a limited inventory for the time being.

Even if we don't have a vehicle in stock at the moment, we at Camelback Hyundai have the ability to pre-order vehicles to fulfill the growing demand. Many things may not be available right away during this time, but that doesn't mean that they won't eventually open up. We would invite you to speak with us if you'd like to pre-order because we can look at the possible vehicles and alert you as soon as one becomes available.

What happens if you require a car as soon as possible and don't have an alternative means of transportation? At our dealership, we understand the crunch and the absolute need to have a vehicle that can get you back and forth from work. We offer loaners that you could take advantage of in the meantime that can be used until the car you want opens up. However, check with us in advance because this may be subject to the availability of the loaners. We will always do our best to serve our customers with the cars needed.

The chip shortage has made things difficult, but at the same time, it has brought us closer together as we unite with each other during the most challenging times of the pandemic. Our dealership is committed to making the world a better place even during these challenging times.

If you'd like to learn more about the available cars on our lot, please visit our dealership for further information. Anyone who has questions about the chip shortage or our current inventory can speak to us in person or over the phone. The pandemic has affected dealerships and the automotive industry as a whole, but we will do our best to answer questions and help you if you need a car.