maybe they're discounting them $100 ($15,500+500-100=$15,900)?Thanks for the video link. Out of curiosity though I wonder why the cost starts at $15,900 at that dealership. I though that the stated cost of the Pop from Fiat was $15,500 and that shipping was $500.
I used to work for that dealer at his Honda Powerhouse store; he's retail+ all the way.Thanks for the video link. Out of curiosity though I wonder why the cost starts at $15,900 at that dealership. I though that the stated cost of the Pop from Fiat was $15,500 and that shipping was $500.
Thanks for the info. Its interesting, though perhaps a little disappointing, in that it doesn't seem much an improvement over the previous month and it doesn't seem to be on track with trying to reach the notional yearly targets that I had heard of for the car.Fiat sells 3,106 cars in August, while Mini 3,109
The Studio in Cincinnati needs to be either shut down or Fiat needs to clean house because word of mouth spreads like wildfire.Overall I hope that the car meets its sales expectations, for alot of reasons. For the most part, if the car doesn't meet its expectations I fear that this could lead to a shut down of some Studios and service centers that could make the car make the car harder to support (as well as possibly put some people out of work), etc.
Sunbeam Alpine/Tiger's were cool!!!!I just remember all the buzz when the New Beetle came out, followed by the Mini. Seems like I saw the first one on a Monday, and by Wednesday, they were everywhere.
With the sMart, not so much. I probably see one two or three times a week, that's it.
I think back to when I was a kid, and it seemed all my brother's high school friends had Beetles, MGs, and Triumphs. But the cool guy, to me, was the only one with a Sunbeam.