Originally Posted by AtomiK
Okay, so I've been hearing the term allocation thrown around a lot in this thread. So I have a quick question, is a dealer's allocation a certain number of cars that they have to sell, or a certain number that they can sell? My understanding is that each dealership has an allocation of cars that they have to sell. Please correct me if I am wrong.
Also, would a car being in or out of a dealer's allocation affect my chances of negotiating a price? Thanks.
allocation are simply not yet built cars that are "allocated" to specific dealers. So for example if I have 5 allocations for 135's, then I have 5 135's that I can either custom order , use for ED or will eventually just make to our center as general inventory. Once we use up those allocations, I have to trade with another center to get one to sell.
I think if you use any of the CA's available here on this board, your prcing will be straightforward, no matter where the allocation is coming from.