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dengel said:
The difference is that the EOP rules stated that the deposit should be refundable for the First 1000's. For regular allocation cars, many dealers have a standard non-refundable deposit clause in their sales contracts. At my dealer, the non-refundable clause was embedded somewhere in all the pre-printed small print on the sales contract form. I had to specifically request that my dealer add the wording "deposit is refundable" to my sales contract.
Just the opposite around me. The couple of dealers I have talked to are begging people to order a Solstice for a minimal $100 deposit which they will gladly refund if the buyer decides to back out! It is the best way for them to get a car on their lot at this point, since it will be a long time before GM builds cars for dealer stock. Since they are confident they can easily sell them, they have no problem in refunding your deposit right now! :)

It all really depends on the dealer and their policies.
 
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