Which new vehicle model flies off the sales lot faster than any other? The answer may come as a surprise: the 2014 Land Rover Range Rover.
Even though the big SUV sells for an average of more than $100,000, dealers were only able to keep Range Rovers on hand for an average nine days in November. In the car business, that is almost no time, according Edmunds.com, a car research and shopping site. The average vehicle lounges on a dealer's lot for 59 days.
Low "days to turn," as the industry term is called, means buyers are lined up ready to snatch vehicles as soon as they roll off the delivery trucks.Read Article