Slowest-selling vehicle in America is the Dodge Ram 2500 truck

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Zach Shefska from online automotive marketplace CarEdge revealed a list of the five slowest-selling vehicles currently on the market. Notably, four of these vehicles are from Stellantis' Dodge brand and one from Ford. This trend might be due to several factors, such as consumers balking at 10% interest rates and near-record-high prices or a possible shift in consumer preferences away from some of these models.

According to Shefska, the slowest-selling vehicle in America is the Dodge Ram 2500 truck, with 784 days of supply.

#1 RAM 2500
784 days supply
$69,408 average listing price
1,602 actively listed for sale
92 have sold in the last 45 days
The 2500 was impacted by a stop-sale in December*

#2 Dodge Hornet
#3 Dodge Charger
#4 Dodge Challenger
#5 Ford Mustang Mach-E

 
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Days of supply is quite different than slow sales.
The same metric is used in real estate to get a handle on current consumer demand.
Ram trucks are in great demand, but maybe lower in demand compared to the supply than in previous years.
 

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6 months ago I priced out a Ram 3500 vs a Ford 3500, both with as close as possible the same specs, on their respective web sites. The Ram was $11,000 more than the Ford. I don't suppose that could have anything to do with it. Nah, couldn't be.
 

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along that line, I recently priced a '24 ram 2500 laramie 6.7 vs a '24 chevy silverado ltz with as near the same stuff as they have and the msrp's were very close but the chevy dealers only had a 500$ discount while the ramdealer had almost 12000$ off. was thinking I might upgrade two years but finance rates are still no good.
 

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Reporter never heard of Bugatti. Or Jaguar, or…
 

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Zach Shefska from online automotive marketplace CarEdge revealed a list of the five slowest-selling vehicles currently on the market. Notably, four of these vehicles are from Stellantis' Dodge brand and one from Ford. This trend might be due to several factors, such as consumers balking at 10% interest rates and near-record-high prices or a possible shift in consumer preferences away from some of these models.

According to Shefska, the slowest-selling vehicle in America is the Dodge Ram 2500 truck, with 784 days of supply.

#1 RAM 2500
784 days supply
$69,408 average listing price
1,602 actively listed for sale
92 have sold in the last 45 days
The 2500 was impacted by a stop-sale in December*

#2 Dodge Hornet
#3 Dodge Charger
#4 Dodge Challenger
#5 Ford Mustang Mach-E

Hmmm, got my Ram 2500 4WD Tradesman w/hemi & 7.4” Uconnect delivered to TN for $46,400 in Feb 2022. I guess prices do matter.
 

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Days of supply is quite different than slow sales.
The same metric is used in real estate to get a handle on current consumer demand.
Ram trucks are in great demand, but maybe lower in demand compared to the supply than in previous years.
^^^ THIS.

There's a lot of ways to tell a story and in this case we can say that the # of days supply is FAR more than it needs to be. Ram sales overall this year are down YOY but not by 50%, more like 5-7% if I recall. It also is worth noting the difference in rebates/incentives on the trucks compared to competitors. Interest rates are same across the board so that's a constant anyway. RAM truck production was unaffected by strike at all for HDs, and only for about 10 days for the 1500s, though it seemed they were well geared up for a gap if it had happened.

For consumers, high days supply will mean better discounts from RAM and dealerships, theoretically.
 
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