2005 Lotus Elise
I have no doubt they will follow through with MSRP for people holding reservations. I am not the least bit worried.I agree totally, most likely would never hold up in a lawsuit because those terms must be in a signed agreement between both parties, not just a posted policy.
But, regardless, Gator Lotus is putting it in written manner on a Lotus forum as their policy. Thats good enough for me.
Imagine the feedback if they do not honor their policy.....especially as the only dealer starting a thread announcing their policy of selling cars on deposit at msrp and promoting it in their thread soliciting and seeking deposits........ that would be business suicide.