Maybe you are use to taking it up the ass but I'm not so I'll bitch and moan as much as I want.Patricko said:You are all a bunch of girls
We have always known that Lotus is an idiot savant.
They produce great cars that no reasonable company would ever contemplate making and for this all they get is bitching and moaning.
Get a grip:no:
This is a great car and no other company in the world is offering you anything comparable.
If they need another $2M per year to keep the doors open then so be it.
Under the stewardship of Arine the great they turned over about $7M last year, this year they should do about $100M
That is huge growing pains and a big problem...when you take the dollar slider in to account an even bigger problem!
Give them a break and if that is too much of a problem please ask for your deposit back:evil: :evil:
Rowan,huggy bear said:Maybe you are use to taking it up the ass but I'm not so I'll bitch and moan as much as I want.
If Lotus is on the brink of extinction because of 2 million dollars per anum then I say hurry up and die because there is more wrong with this company than just a sliding dollar. Grip on to that!
I think a lot of people in the higher numbers are going to say forget it and get their deposits back, or wait and see what the price is when it is time to order and see how Lotus ranks in satisifying their existing customers and then make their decision regarding if they want to purchase the car or not.Gromit said:Comical
Over 66% of people here are going to show their disgust in Lotus by buying one of their cars and driving around in it with a giant grin
Or is there going to be an overwhelming number of depressed Elise drivers ?
That 'premium' is very shortlived if it has any life at all. I'd be surprised if the bottom doesn't fall out of the secondary market soon. We've said time and again that this is a poor bling car due to its hardcore constrictions. Many watch the ebay market but how many keep popping back up after conclusion?bboersma said:
As for EBAYers I am surprised that none of the $50k auctions have seen any action, to me that implies a $5k premium is about the most the market will bear.