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So you want a new Kia EV6 ??

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I'm on the list at our local Kia dealer. This just in today, 2/15/2022:

So the two coming in next week are both the AWD Wind Model. One is White the other is Glacier colored. We are currently at $10,000 above MSRP on them, but I can always try for a better price for you. Thank you,
Thanks for the update, but no, thank you.

jack vines
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Anybody can get an EV6 at MSRP

Everybody can’t.
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but as long as there is ONE dealership out there willing to sell for MSRP, and you can find that dealership thanks to the internet there is no reason to get taken for a ride.
People aren’t paying X thousands over MSRP because they don’t know about MSRP dealers. They are doing it because they don’t want to wait (MSRP dealers don’t have any unsold inventory) or because the cost/value still makes sense to them. I don’t think that is being taken for a ride.
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Every Tesla user orders online, picks it up and moves on with life. The Internet for shopping has made the whole browsing in the mall less necessary. Doesn't mean 100% everyone will do that, but pretty much most everyone ordering the Mach-E, F150EV, Lyriq reserved a car, ordered it online and will pick it up.
Modern manufacturing is such that there is no need to test drive the same car you order. I see more manufacturers moving to showrooms and direct ordering. If demand for new EVs (or any vehicle) continues to outpace supply, buyers will become more accustomed to ordering and waiting. I think it is just a question of how quickly manufactures can transition. Dealers have a lobby because they have money, but once the writing is on the wall, I think that will change and they will start to lose their influence.
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