++1. A combination of several factors including more cars produced, more options from more different manufacturers to choose from, the significant price increase going from 488 to F8 and Huracan to Huracan Evo, and the fact that the changes going to the new model are evolutionary and not revolutionary. I imagine some prospective buyers are worried about economic correction/recession and are waiting on the sidelines. When I specced my 458 Spider, lightly used ones were going over MSRP and when I traded in after a couple years I got 87% of MSRP which didn't even include the excise tax savings. I think those days are long gone.