Like others have also said, that is the way it works. If the dealer said otherwise he/she is lying, confused, or has enough profit built into the sale where they are not worried about covering the changes themselves.guapo said:Gibby,
If I were you I would call your dealers sales manager and see that they tell you. I was told (by more than one dealer) that if I ordered one i.e. had one build I would only get the incentives that were offered when when it was deleivered to the dealer. I would make a phone call if you have not already done so.
The way I read that is if you refuse to pay the increase they can waive it (eat it themselves) or if they do not want to do that they can cancel the agreement and give you your deposit back. So you are under no obligation to pay the increase but they are under no obligation to sell it to you at the price when the order was placed. They can then sell the vehicle to someone else.Gibby said:I just read on the back of the purchase aggreement that, if the Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price increases after ordering it, "If I refuse to pay the increase in the amount due on delivery, you will have the right to waive the increase or to cancel this agreement and return my deposit"
Doesn't that sound like they can't raise the MSRP, unless they want to cancel the deal?
Also, I was assured by the sales manager today, that the incentives at the time of ordering are what I get, unless they get better, then I get those.
Do we do it differently in Canada?