Agreed!grd398s said:I would have wanted to put some money down even if they didn't ask. I'd be really nervous that my order might not stay my order without some financial commitment on the deal.
$300 doc fee and $3000 ADM? Walk away from this dealer fast, better yet, RUN!noobie said:Offered to order one at $500 over invoice plus ad fees plus $300 doc fee.
$3000.00 ADM, are they crazy??? That is one sure way to scare away the customers.noobie said:Thanks for the replies. I went to drive the Enclave today and was really impressed at the quiet ride, however less than impressed with the acceleration and response. I think this thing would be perfect with a V8. They had $3000 ADM on the windows :. Offered to order one at $500 over invoice plus ad fees plus $300 doc fee.
Will decide this week between Enclave and MDX.
You get dealer greed............gbshuler said:Curious.. What do you get for $3000?
I'm sorry, call me a skeptic, but this is mass market vehicle, not a limited edition hot rod. It may be tight now, but I am betting that it will loosen up very soon, especially as the third shift starts cranking. I refused to be caught in the hype. I'm not going to order one unless it's below invoice or with no deposit and the understanding that the price is negotiable when it arrives in 12 weeks. November through January are very slow sales months and they will be building inventory unless they cut production.netmag said:It could be true as I get the feeling that things have really gotten tight over the last few weeks as far as Enclave deals.
When we ordered ours at the beginning of June ours too was considered presold and not included in the dealers allocation. However, when we picked up our vehicle, the sales person did mention something about how low their allocation was for the Enclave.
However, I also wouldn't be surprised to find out that no one is offering anymore reasonable deals on the Enclave anywhere at the moment.