I've got it all, right down to the order number, (KZFTS9). It even shows that it was accepted by GM as a priority 1 build, whatever that means. It looks to me like the biggest share of ordered and delivered models on this forum are CXL's. Mine is a CX, 8-pass., cargo net & shade, sunroof, driver confidence pkg., machined alum. wheels and the color is red jewel tintcoat, $34825, (paying invoice $32395). Maybe the higher end CXL's are more in demand and are taking priority over the CX's. Most of the ones that I have seen on car carriers have been the CXL's. I see my dealer every Wednesday while making sales calls, so tomorrow I'll see what's up, (again). It still hadn't even moved out of status code 1100 as of last week.netmag said:Ticner, did they give you any paperwork showing the details of the order? When we ordered ours our sales person gave us a copy of what was going to be ordered. Then we went in the following weekend and our sales person gave us a photocopy of a printout showing that the order had been accepted and again we could see our options listed.
Talked to my dealer this morning. Even got the owner involved, (I stopped at his office first) along with the general manager. I was told that everything that they have on order, 1 for stock 4/9, mine 4/23 and a second customer order 5/22 are all at status code 1100. My salesman said that his GM rep really gave no good explanation for what the hold up was with mine. They said that he also told them not to submit any more orders for Enclave's at this time. Basically, if a customer comes into their dealership and wants to order a Enclave, it's tough ---- ! I have no idea what it really means. The dealer is not in trouble with GM. As I left, I saw 2 new 2008 GMC trucks being unloaded and they have enough new Lucerne's for two dealer's. One thing did worry me though, the second salesman that was standing there, acted like he didn't even know what a Enclave was. I did him the courteousy of getting him a brochure and putting it on his desk. The bad thing is that, even if mine does finally get picked up to be built in the near future, it will still be around Sept. 1 before it hit the dealer. To me, having to wait 4 months for an American made car that was in production when ordered, is totally unacceptable. Maybe somebody is trying to tell me something and it really is time to walk away. Sure makes me glad that I have driven nothing but GM vehicle's my whole life and currently have 3. Great job GM!ticner58 said:I see my dealer every Wednesday while making sales calls, so tomorrow I'll see what's up, (again). It still hadn't even moved out of status code 1100 as of last week.
jeanb1 said:Let's see now.....if I ordered mine (CX,Cocoa,Cashmere cloth, Sunroof, Remote Start, Engine block heater) on April 9th.....
[size=10pt]this would be day 115!!!!!! [/color] [/size] :banghead: :banghead: :banghead: :banghead:
As of July 19th, it became code 3000....
As of yesterday, July 31st, I was told by the dealer that it is now slated TO BE BUILT ON AUGUST 20!!!
The sales manager took my call today and tomorrow he's going to call GM and see what he can do.
[size=10pt][size=10pt]If I get it by Labor Day it will be 5 MONTHS!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I think I'm going to cancel and get my deposit back if I don't get it by the end of August [/color] THIS IS PITIFUL [/color] :angryfire: :angryfire: :angryfire: :angryfire: :angryfire: :angryfire: :angryfire: :angryfire:
I guess somehow I got things wrong. Dealer told me that he gave me bad information. The #2001 code was for a 08 Acadia that they have on order for stock. Mine still sits at 1100. I knew that any movement in my status was to good to be true. I'm commited to waiting this thing out, however long it takes. It's the vehicle that I have hoped GM would build for years. To many happy owners out there that own one.ticner58 said:This is day 114 of my Enclave adventure. I was at my dealer this morning, (went straight to the owner) and when we checked my order status, it had actually moved to code #2001 from 1100.