They make much more $ selling these cars in China, the middle east etc. then they do here. It's strictly profit %, the US is just not getting the number of cars because they're making much more money selling in other countries.So I have been reading up on the S5 as I am looking into getting one. I'm confused as to what the waiting is for the US. I want a fully loaded S5, tiptronic. Any help greatly appreciated. I've seen anywhere from 1 year, to 2 months ...
anything quoted during ordering is based off of MSRP. Therefore, if MSRP changes, your total price will change. Outcry doesn't matter, if you decide to pass on your ordered car after it is produced, due to the backlog of orders there will always be someone to step in and take it over from you. Sucks, but that's the reality.Do you think that if you've agreed on a price with a dealer and you've put in an order, paid any deposit as required, and the order is in the system, that Audi can change the terms of the deal on an order at any time?
Has Audi done this in the past with other cars? (or has any other manufacturer attemped to change the price on a sold order, simply due to production delays pushing the car into the next model year)??
Seems like there would be a ton of outcry against this.