Asking us to pay above MSRP is just not good business if you want
repeat Corvette folks coming around.
Asking us to pay above MSRP to debug a new model is worse. If the C6
is anthing like the C5, I'll wait at least 3 years before buying one.
It's your business right to get the most for your product, but you
wont get it from the informed buyers around here.
Regarding price it is simple economics: Supply vs. demand. If a dealer can
sell above MSRP good for them. Also, most people who complain about dealers
selling above sticker could not afford the vehicle even if it is selling
below sticker. In closing, it is about time dealers of domestic product can
market and sell a vehicle at a premium. The C6 Corvette is a world class
product, and even at MSRP it is selling at a discount.
You're pulling our leg, right? Who said supply vs. demand, P. T.
Barnum, wasn't it? Maybe he said it different just to confuse people
like you. Most dealer have been selling at a premium for quite some
time now, probably you paid to much for your turnip truck.
My fears are that in a rush to make a "world class" car we're going
to get a second class American dream. There is very little in a
foreign car that I envy or desire to drive here in the states. To me a
car built in France, Italy, Japan, or Australia is built to suit that
countries peoples needs and wants. That's the way it should be and not
cave in to the whims of the politicians and their tariffs. Nothing
against foreign cars or those that want to drive them just don't screw
up the Corvette to make it sell like a Element.
Armed and not dangerous, also have legs.
On Wed, 1 Feb 2006 02:31:58 GMT, snipped-for-privacy@06C6ONORDER.COM wrote:
==============Yep the Current Corvette is a world class vehicle...BUT to be blunt
you fricken nuts if you think dealers should sell for over sticker
price... and YES I do know what the "S" stands for in MSRP....
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