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On 11/18/2019 at 3:14 PM, Five Cent Worth said:
Are you able to sell out of your home area? Maybe the leftover inventory?
So bottom line is let me know where you are and I will see what i can do to make it happen.
On 11/19/2019 at 8:35 AM, Five Cent Worth said:
This is why we didn't end up pushing the envelop too much when getting our '19. Local dealer was good and competitive. I felt a bit limited but in all reality, it was just a mind set. Feel like I was treated very good and received a very competitive price. Where they are hopefully really going to go to bat is in some of the warranty work that needs completed.
I was just curios on the fellas comments that sales Bu. I was told when calling some of the other dealers in NC - that you should really be buying from them. This was a very resounding theme among all of them. There are three Bu dealers within 2.5 hrs of us and five if you consider the ones across the boarder in SC.
And that is what i would tell you as well. There are locations that are grey areas that really aren't covered by a dealership. In general we don't dump in another territory but we do transfer to different dealers if there is a particular one we sell. unfortunately the negotiations are up to the destination dealer then. they don't have to honor any price we give.
On 11/19/2019 at 5:05 AM, ahopkinsVTX said:
Are you looking at ordering a boat? If so, local dealer. Same goes for new on the floor boats. It gets a little muddy with year or two left over boats.
Malibu opens up nationwide on july following the model year. 19's will be available for sale nationwide july 2020.
On 11/18/2019 at 3:36 PM, dalt1 said:
Yes I had same question as my dealer says I can't buy out of territory. Always thought that was B.S.
You can, we could always technically sell you a boat out of territory. However, the problem comes when it's time to get serviced, usually with larger warranty issues. The dealer in the encroached territory won't outright refuse service but they will put you at the very end of the queue behind their paying customers. If this happens at a dealership like tommys or MN inboards, it's a fair bet you will not get serviced because they have a LOT of customers. This will also piss off a dealership that gets one dropped in their territory and it's the same thing, they may decide to drop them in yours. So no, nobody will tell you absolutely can't, just that it would be very likely you would be hauling it back to the originating dealer for any major service and most likely either doing your own oil changes or getting an independent marina to do it.
he's been working on that for a while and has made some great improvements recently. there's a youtube video that he put up recently showing it working well. here's a link to the build thread: https://www.wakegarage.com/forums/topic/499-open-source-gps-speed-controller-low-cost-steadypass/
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