The piece I read stated that FMV of the car went up, meaning that the dealer can get more than list price. That leads me to believe the dealer is upset that selling the car at some previously agreed upon price cuts into their upcharge of what they could now sell the car for, or "premium."Well, there's a bunch of lawyers on this board, so they will know the real answer. A quick search of the good 'ole web says it can't be done, because accepting a deposit or a signed contract makes a binding sale. But, when you actually read the laws, it seems to say it can be done, where the law permits, but the buyer can't be forced to pay the difference, and has the option to walk away, if it's the manufacturer that raised the price. I am pretty sure that I've had sales contracts for new cars that were ordered that have a clause on the back that says if the manufacturer raises the price, the price goes up, but the buyer can walk. Legal eagles??
Maybe it's only if it's ordered, as opposed to a price increase on an in-stock vehicle?
I saw Busta a few years back at the Bently dealer in Downers. I didnt know who he was. He was checking out a Murci and he said hi to me.3 Things:
- She's most likely a NY or LA person - why buying here?
- How the hell does she fit in any Lambo? She ain't skinny!
- Missy Elliott is still alive?
In related news, Busta Rhymes is suing someone....
Harsh...2012 Lamborghini Aventador LP 700- 4 E-Gear Westmont, Illinois | Lamborghini Chicago
My guess is she did not have a binding sales agreement. I would think they would not have the car up for sale still if she did.