actually, I initially went in to one of my local dealerships to order a '21 willys: ended up getting my '20 rubi for what I would have paid for my willys as the rubi was the last '20 on the lot..with only 7 milesGood luck, Jeep’s don’t just “sit around”. When I was going for 2021 there wasn’t just brand new 2020 models just sitting around any dealerships unless you wanted a pre owned. Jeep’s hold their value regardless because of the demand, but now with the pandemic we’re seeing extreme over inflation because the supply is not keeping up with demand. Prices for new models is going up, confirmed. Also, the used models like my 2021 JLU with 6000 miles went from 35k new to being worth 43k used.