TTAC Rewind: How Has the Pandemic Changed Car Shopping?

Bark opined back in May of 2020 about how the pandemic would change car buying. Now that we're approaching three years on and we're living something resembling normalcy, was he right?

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  • El scotto Well, most who want EVs have bought EVs. $7500 might be enough incentive to have the fence-sitters move and buy an EV. I have a strange feeling most dealers with new EVs are going: "$7500, that'd just from the feds!, why the manufacturer is also adding money on the hood, and the salesperson looks around shiftily, I bet the sales manager will take even more off if you sign today."The market has hit equilibrium for EVs.
  • Jalop1991 It’s not like insurance rates are all that transparent to begin with. They’re calculated through a medley of a person’s ageJust to get this straight: financial services companies are making decisions about how/if they do business with me because of immutable characteristics--grouping me in with everyone else the same age and saying "they're all like that".Did I get that straight?
  • Slavuta Nein!!
  • Slavuta I can also say this... If EU is not buying EVs, who will? There goes green world. It goes, goes, goes
  • Slavuta EU does not need cars because they will not have neither fuels or electricity. I could be wrong though, because normal people started to win elections over there.