The supply of Hyundai cars is expected to take a hit, as coronavirus quarantines cause factory shutdowns in China and South Korea.
Wagga Motors' Kate Looney said their stock of Hyundai cars are currently "very healthy", but said there could well be shortages later down the track.
"If South Korean factories continue to suffer under the corona virus implications it would be a safe for consumers to form an assumption that national supply may change," she said.
"Ultimately the consumer suffers when this happens because pricing and availability become subject to events completely outside of dealerships control and it also has further effects on the Pre-owned vehicle market."
The dealership order stock several months in advance, giving them a buffering window in the event of future shortages.
Ms Looney said they would continue to keep an eye on forward-ordered stock and manage any shortages coming down the pipeline.
"Now is very good time for consumers because we remain unaffected," she said.
"The time to purchase is now not later."