What Is Inventory Marked 'In Transit'?

When viewing our inventory, it can be confusing to see models marked "in-transit" and "in-stock." What is the difference? Is one better than the other?

Basically, "in-stock" vehicles are already at our dealership, and you can drive them home today. Models "in-transit" are on their way from another location but have yet to reach our doors. We know what vehicles to expect, but not how long they will take to appear. Sometimes they arrive in three days, while in other situations they can take up to 30 days.

The vehicles are coming straight from the manufacturer or a local dealer. Their location will often determine the time it takes for them to reach us. However, if you need something sooner, you can always browse other new and used models at our dealership, as we have a competitive selection available for you to explore.

Reserve Your In-Transit Vehicle at South Shore CDJR

You shouldn't count out your dream car because it's still "in transit." Rather, stop by South Shore CDJR and reserve the model you want today. Talk to us about your buying and leasing options to start the process before your car even arrives.

Not sure an "in-transit" vehicle is for you? Schedule a test drive for when it arrives on-site, so you can be the first to step foot in a fantastic model.

Stop waiting around for the car, truck, or SUV you need, and ask us about our "in-transit" vehicles today. We aim to serve at South Shore CDJR, as we want to help you find the vehicle that complements your life.