That would be how I understand it. I don't think that this is that uncommon. Most dealers agreed to sell the cars and take waiting lists at MSRP. But not forever.nxm150 said:So, since I am number 83, they are going to guarantee at least 83 cars sold at MSRP and then the rest they sell at market?
Let me play the devil's advocate for a moment. If there are at least 83 orders guaranteed for MSRP, that means almost the entire first year of allocation will be sold for MSRP. Assuming that the first year's allocation at Criswell is 100 units, do you think cars will be going for over MSRP for the second year? It's possible, but it makes more sense to charge over MSRP for the first cars because they attract those willing to pay extra. So I think buyers offered to pay more than MSRP could be slipped in early, possibly.Randy Chase said:The important thing is that the dealer not screw around and offer $$ incentives to move up on the list. But nothing I read here indicates that.