WIth Seattle though...you can at least go see/drive one in Van. At that point if you like the car...you can get it anywhere and get it flatbedded, etc.I was implying that if you think it is rough in Florida, you should see how it is for us in Seattle. Our closest dealership is in Nevada.
I don't have to get my G70 until March/2019 but I started looking at Georgia dealers just in case. 650 miles trip, the only positive thing I see is that Georgia dealer fees are $400 cheaper than in South Florida.Yes, it may be awhile down there. Can always take a long weekend in Savannah.
woohoo ! congrats in advance.Where do you live? If it makes you feel any better...I am literally getting mine within 30 minutes !!!!
As an Orlando resident, if I end up going with a Genesis I will specifically be avoiding this dealership.Of course, Genesis screwed up initially and now one of the Orlando are dealers is making it worse for everyone else in the state. Customer gets screwed.
If you ever think you messed up at your job, imagine that whoever was in charge of getting these dealers up and running has cost genesis tens (hundreds?) of millions of dollars.I imagine other Florida approved Genesis dealers will be really upset with this suit. Florida with Texas and California are the biggest Genesis market and because of this dealer at Orlando they can't sell any 2019 Genesis at all. They are lossing money for sure with all this.
AWD isn't just for snow. The Audi, Mercedes, Volkswagen and BMW offer just as many, if not more AWD variants on the dealership lots her in North Carolina. If an automaker offers AWD as an enhanced driving experience, then they really don't care about the market. If Hyundai wants to go that route with the Genesis, then they should make as many AWD vehicles available here too.You will find more AWD cars north...and RWD south. It makes sense.
Not sure how they are rolling out the various trims, etc...but it must be some sort of point system. Some dealers have gotten 10 cars...some get only 2.
Until they sell and accumulate "points"...they will not get another allocation.
Perhaps this is their method until more states/dealers come online. Throttle what folks get now...so dealers that come online later online are not completely screwed.
My only reasoning on this. Dunno for sure though.
I, personally, want RWD for the driving dynamics and better trim packaging (19" wheels with wider summer tires), plus lower cost. Unfortunately, all Genesis dealers remotely close to Chicago (Illinois, Michigan, Minnesota) are stocking exclusively AWD. I'm planning to wait a few months, so hopefully RWD availability in the midwest will improve by then.AWD isn't just for snow. The Audi, Mercedes, Volkswagen and BMW offer just as many, if not more AWD variants on the dealership lots her in North Carolina. If an automaker offers AWD as an enhanced driving experience, then they really don't care about the market. If Hyundai wants to go that route with the Genesis, then they should make as many AWD vehicles available here too.
Well that's not the case. Since the first Hyundai Genesis generation until now it's almost impossible to find a Genesis AWD here in South Florida. I will say that there is not even one AWD in stock now in South Florida nor the last year or the year before.I'm confused with your third sentence and it may be a typo.
Early on, they may be shipping AWD cars north as snow season is approaching. They should offer them anywhere customers want to buy them. The most successful companies offer for sale what people want to buy.