Returning to normal has been a big topic of conversation over the past couple of years. In fact, pretty much as soon as things went pear shaped, ‘returning to normal’ was a daily topic of conversation. But most of the time, that phrase is used in reference to lockdowns, restrictions and the other areas of life that have been turned upside down due to COVID-19; usually, they’re not referring to the other major result of the pandemic, which is the boom of the Australian used car market.
Unfortunately, nobody knows exactly when the car market in Australia will return to normal. If everybody did, you wouldn’t be reading this post and we wouldn’t be writing it. We can only go off what the experts are predicting, which we’ll address later in the article. But first, here’s how it all began.