Who among us non EOP forum members have secured a car through their dealer's 1st allocation?
For dealers with multiple cars in their allotment, they can prioritize the order of their orders. I don't know that this guarantees the order that they will arrive at the dealer, but it at least gives the dealer an opportunity to try and deliver the cars in the order in which the customers showed up.Josh said:If you ordered....wouldnt it be random as in when the vehicle is made and sent to you? I'm thinking a base model with just A/C will be produced before an optioned Solstice.
A lot of people may be asking themselves this question. It depends on how popular the car is. If you don't think there will be many around to get your hands on come spring, it may be the best bet to insure you have one by spring 2006. If the car sells well, but doesn't sell out, then your just torturing yourself by seeing it in the garage every night! If the car ends up not selling well, then you may just pay a premium to have it early, store it, then bring it out in the spring when there are discounts available. I doubt that will happen, but who knows for sure.MITCH said:Is it really worth getting a car and storing it right when I get it?