No, GM does not accept pre-orders...It's up to the actual dealership to create and enforce polices for preorders and deposits...Does a deposit really put a customer in an actual order sequence
I put down $1000 back in November on a Bolt with Peninsula Chevrolet in Monterey, CA. I'm wondering if anyone has an experience with this dealer. Does a deposit really put a customer in an actual order sequence or are they just jerking me off.
Bacardi is technically correct. Customers cant do orders. The dealear has an allocation of orders (lets say 8 in your dealers case) that they can use to order certain combination of trims/features for 8 vehicles. If you caught them before they put in their allocation order to GM then they may take your specific trim/features and use one of their allocations to get you what you want. Some dealers ( like yours) want to make sure your serious about yiur order and ask that you put money down, but some dont. With the G2 Volt, my delearship didnt ask for a deposit but they made sure that my trim/features were not a wierd combo that hard to sell in case I backed out. If it was a wierd combo, then they required a deposit. That was their practice.No, GM does not accept pre-orders...It's up to the actual dealership to create and enforce polices for preorders..
Best advice here. Dealers are not always the best at communicating with customers with regards to orders using their allocation. Typically they say it will be here in 2 months or something like that and expect you to wait. However consumers are spoiled with likes of amazon where you want info tracking every step of the way. I'm definitely guilty of that.They have 1 car on the lot, and 7 in transit. Go to their site and see if your car is there.