Well, I suspect we would then have have a big brouhaha about customers being upset that 6 months or more of warranty was gone and the only thing to show for it was the fact the car had an oil change after 6 months with just a handful of miles on the car at the cost of 6 months of warranty.Absolutely yes.
Look Dodge doesn't plan on these cars sitting unsold for months and months let alone a year or more.
A 30 day supply of cars is a lot. 60 days is not very good at all. I bought a new 2001 Camaro Z28 back in Sept of 2001 when GM had a 200+ day supply of these cars. Got a heck of a discount. $7K off of sticker and the GM didn't even blink. The salesman wanted to cry when the GM accepted my offer though cause his commission was $0.
I would not have a problem buying a new car with a couple of months of having sat on the lot. Except for the Camaro (and maybe a long time ago when I bought a Tempo that was one MY old) my car purchases have been cars that have not been sitting around for very long.
When I was shopping for my Hellcat there were left over 2017 and even a few 2016 examples around. But I had no desire to buy one for 2 reasons. One is the fact the car had been sitting around for a year or 2 and almost certainly the car had been "punched" and the warranty clock had been running for a good while.
Two is at least based on what others reported when they looked into buying a left over the deals were not all that good.