Wrong. Many dealers will take your order, hold it, and place it the day the order bank opens. My wife's car was purchased that way.
Do you think he will call you the moment the order bank opens, or will he be too busy placing orders? If I really want a car, I want my order put in first, not last. There will be an allotment, you know.
Please don't let the Trailhawk be the new Dart R/T. That would be so frustrating. That's the trim in the Cherokee that really matters IMO. There's nothing like that in the market currently.
Dealer cost is always LESS than invoice. Once you exhaust the holdback cost do you get to true dealer cost. $500 over cost is fair if they're referring to $500 over invoice. Highly doubt there will be any initial incentives.
Ok how about this.... The dealers I have dealt with when talking about dealer cost they were talking about invoice. I am know in some areas they add all that BS to the price, but in my area they do not.You are so naive. My Grandfather owned a Chrysler dealership. My Father owned a Mercedes dealership. My older brother was the parts manager at an Audi dealership. My younger brother was the sales manager at a Cadillac dealership. Dealer cost never means invoice. Invoice means invoice. Dealer cost means invoice plus advertising, plus floor plan interest, plus sales commission, plus anything else. In other words, dealer cost means whatever the dealer wants it to mean. Invoice is a term that always means the same thing. :slapfight: