If you wait till these are available you're pretty much waiting until you can order them. And who knows how many people your local dealerships will be ahead of you by then on their waiting lists. Just get on their waiting list, and sign a contract with them that says you can cancel at any time and get your deposit back from them in full. As long as you do that you've got no problems.hoffman said:When, in relative terms, can one find out (on the Internet) the Invoice Cost on the Solstice (including the options)? Obviously, you should know this before you walk into a dealership with the intent to purchase your Solstice.
The GTO is not the best example to follow, as it is a bit of a freak in the GM lineup because it is imported (I don’t mean the car is a freak, but how it is handled by corporate is). I believe there were some GTO’s on dealer lots by last years NAIAS, or at least they were out shortly after. At any rate, pricing had been announced because production was underway and orders were being accepted by dealers. Its this late startup to production, and the extra time needed from order to delivery (because the cars must be shipped half way across the world) that makes it an odd-ball case.simmonsmb said:going off of the introduction of the GTO at last year's show, we should know pricing and when we can start ordering them when they announce the car.