First the dealer screwed up my order on the paint order, even though I said "pearl white with the black roof. Make sure it's the one with the black roof, two-tone, not all white. There's is one that is all white. I don't want that one, so make sure it has the black roof. Two-tone. Yes, like the one on the site that is white with a black roof. That's the one." They were still so sure even up to last week when I stopped by in person, that they ordered the right one until I mentioned the color code as shown in their brochure, and they had ordered the wrong one. Idiots.
Anyhow fast forward, I didn't realize that they had ordered all white until about a week ago, but then I saw that they had ordered one in the color code that I wanted with a Feb delivery date. The one that I rather have was slated to arrive only 5 days after the one that I had on order. I figured, maybe I don't want the one that has been delayed that much, not because of the color, but because there might be issues and reworks which has caused it to be "in transit" for weeks overdue. Maybe it's better to order one that hasn't been built yet. But here's the kicker, it's scheduled for January production, but still isn't in production. No one knows what is going on and what the delays are and how far they are impacted. They are not communicating anything to their dealers. It's hard to make proper decisions as consumers are left in the dark.
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