If you’ve been shopping for vehicles recently, I’m sure you noticed the sharp increase in prices the last couple of years in both the new and used car marketplace. While there are many factors that contribute to this alarming tread, one big piece is the automotive chip shortage plaguing the industry. The big question on many car buyers minds is, “Will the Automotive Chip Shortages Continue in 2023?”
Based on what leading industry suppliers and manufacturers are saying, the answers is sadly yes. Yes, Automotive Chip Shortages will continue in 2023. And according to CEO’s like Hassane El-Khoury of Onsemi,
“There’s nothing you can do now to change 2023.”
So what’s that mean for you?
While manufactures know there is an issue and working as fast as they can to ramp-up production capacity to meet demand, the hard reality is it simply takes time. So the next big logical questions are,
“If the new car market is over priced and behind in production for millions of new vehicles, and used car prices are SKYROCKETING due to a higher demand, and third party auto parts are not only hard to find, but EXTREMELY OVERPRICED (not even OEM parts), what can I do to keep my vehicle running safe and on the road?”
Well, I’m glad you asked! The answer is to buy quality used auto parts from reputable auto recyclers like Butler’s!
Since 1977, Butler Auto Recycling has served the residents of northwest Florida. And over the years we’ve proudly come to serve the entire USA! We even ship parts across the globe sometimes. 😊 And not only are our quality OEM used auto parts statistically more reliable than new aftermarket auto parts, but they are backed by our unmatched Butler Warranty. And when Butler’s says Lifetime Auto Parts Warranty, We Mean It. Check out this great recent example!
So feel free to use our custom parts finder below or reach out to us through our contact us page. Even better yet, Call Us anytime Monday thru Friday from 8am to 5pm CST at +1 (850) 472-3120. We can’t wait to talk with you, serve you well, and get you safely back on the road again soon!
Owner, Butler Auto Recycling
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