being a month behind is not good, that seems to be the biggest problem with this car, they said mine will be ready mid august so ready for 1st sept on new reg, if it`s not ready and moved back to far I will just cancel and buy an ex demo. On a positive note, being so much demand and people loving the looks should help the resale cost come px time
Truth be told, he should have been warned by the dealer of the delivery times - if they're honest about it in the first place then there shouldn't be any let down. I gather from a selling point it might make you lose a sale but I'd rather see some honesty.
My dealer was overly realistic about my dates, to the extent that they got it wrong by a month and I have it a month earlier than anticipated.
For info, my car was ordered on Feb 27 with delivery to dealer given as 15 July. The car was shipped to Southampton on June 17, so I don't see why it should take a further 4 weeks to move from there to the supplying dealer (other than poor logistics). Very frustrating to know it's only about 50 miles from home, 30 from where I work yet I can't have it for another 3 weeks or so
Hi - if I remember correctly the production line closed for a month during the summer so that will have a knock on effect on the delivery times. When I ordered mine in July last year my dealership did say that they would expect delivery in 3 months but due to the shut down to prepare myself for 4 month wait - I actually took delivery in November so from date to date it was a couple of days short of 4 months
ordered mine last December.was told 10 weeks got it start of feb so two weeks early.was told if I registered it there and then I could pick it up as a 63 plate was not bothered about when it was registered anyway.
My late April order was scheduled for early June (and only then because I could get one 'in build' if I compromised on the interior. June arrived and the car had vanished to be replaced by a delivery date of September/October.
I cancelled the order and picked up an ex-demo in a fortnight.....