Day: October 15, 2021

Dealerships challenged by short supply and low inventory

IRONTON, Ohio (WSAZ) – Times are changing in the automotive industry where the pandemic has led to some distinct challenges.

“I think the times of having 125 to 150 cars are going to be a thing of the past,” said Joe Rozell of Glockner in Ironton.

As General Sales Manager, Rozell says he would normally have more than 100 new cars on the lot. Currently, there are 11. He says the main problem with new cars is a global micro-processing chip shortage.

“Think about the technology that’s in that little phone that you’re using. There’s a lot more in that car that’s taking you and your family to the beach,” Rozell said.

The shortage has caused production of vehicles to slow down. So when Rozell sells one, it takes a little longer to get another one back on the lot. When it comes to used cars, Rozell says they are

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Chattanooga Motorcar Festival is back after one-year hiatus

Detroit might be the nation’s car capital, but for the next three days Chattanooga will be America’s automotive showroom and playground.

Up to 40,000 auto enthusiasts are expected to flood the city to attend the 2021 Chattanooga Motorcar Festival, which begins at 8 a.m. Friday downtown.

Barry White, chief executive officer of the Chattanooga Tourism Co., said the economic impact of the festival on the city has been estimated at $4.8 million.

“We expect it to be bigger and better than before,” he said. “People will be exposed to cars they may never see again in their lifetimes.”

The festival launched in 2019, but a planned 2020 motorcar festival was canceled due to the pandemic.

Organizers are taking over sections of downtown, which will become a virtual automotive theme park to benefit neuroscience research, including the search for an Alzheimer’s disease cure.

Events this year will include racing, showing

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