Don't be, the first 2 years will be filled with hardcore enthusiast. The real test for Lotus will be after all the enthusiast have their cars. Developing and capturing new recruits will be the true test and challenge of the cars overall success.amcmahon said:Wow, I'm actually very amazed at the demand for the Elise. Considering the car's primary function and price tag I would've thought it to be less popular. I guess one good thing about being late is that I get to find out the kinks from you guys and see all of the colors I like in person first. Can't decide between 4 colors.
Bordeaux Red, Storm Titanium, Purple, or Graphite Grey.
damn, desert euro is up to #48 now? Are you the latest person to put down a deposit there? I'm 28, so in less than two months Pat & Austin have secured 20 more deposits?originally posted by mact3333
i just placed mine few days ago and got #48
Both. $2500 deposit which goes to the markup cost. So you pay full price when the car arrives. I assume this is why they're the only one's still taking deposits. Every other dealer asks $1500 deposit.BrianK said:is that a $2500 markup or a $2500 deposit?
Man, I hope you are dead wrong about what you said cause I will be livid if that is true. That is totally unethical cause he never said it was a markup price but rather a deposit!. And deposits do not imply markup. I would never pay markup.amcmahon said:Both. $2500 deposit which goes to the markup cost. So you pay full price when the car arrives. I assume this is why they're the only one's still taking deposits. Every other dealer asks $1500 deposit.