I wonder if most dealers would let you attempt to flip the vehicle before taking possession. If the STO is that much in demand, can allocations be sold?I have not seen the launch color down here. Lambo Broward has a yellow on in the showroom but not sure how long it will be there as its a customer car that hasn't picked it up yet. He has it for sale at $525k.
Well, I don’t look at it that way. Perhaps there is someone here that wants the car badly enough so it’s a win win for both in a way, I guess.I understand free market economy principles but when a "member" of this forum tries to flip an STO for $150K over MSRP as evidenced in another thread, a car he paid MSRP for, it's just not cool. I guess I could accept it a little better, but only a little bit better, from a dealership but to try to slam dunk other car enthusiasts just ain't cool.
In today’s market, a dealer can just do all orders as dealer stock. They will all sell for MSRP or higher anyway while a customer order is only at MSRP! Sick but true….I feel like Newport Beach build lot of cars for themselves (a lot of crazy specs). When I was looking for my SVJ they had 5 of them. All new. And they wanted $50k above sticker.
The backlog of build slots I mean.What backlog? All they're doing is filling the allocated build slots. If they could build more cars they would release more allocations.
And dealers don't get 2-3 STO's every month, they might get say 3 STO's this month and next month they get none and get 1 in Nov.