That. And most dealers have a list of name’s already for when someone backs out of any sled.22 VR1 was snowcheck only. If someone backs on on theirs you will be able to buy it. But be prepared to pay MSRP or more. It would definitely have been quite a bit cheaper to snowcheck.
Yep,That. And most dealers have a list of name’s already for when someone backs out of any sled.
Handful of folks purchasing the Mach Z for this exact reason. Buy low in the Spring, sell when the demand is obnoxiously high and make a few g's.Yep,
On a “normal” year (before last two years) a lot of people wouldn’t snow check and then pick up one in the fall that someone didn’t take for a savings. Snow checkers always complained about this.
but this year Putting your 500$ down to get the sled you want coming would have been the cheapest way to buy one.
I envision a handful of people NOT backing out and still taking delivery of their sled just to turn around and make a quick buck. If they have the financial means to pick it up.
XC's are not floor models they are spring order only...the SPs are the floor models...They will more likely have the Indy XC model which is a dealer floor model. Doesn't have the 7s display or walkers it has fox qs3 instead. The VR1 is snowcheck only model. Not saying you won't find one but it will be harder someone backs out, or dealer breaks the rules and gets one ordered in under a name. But no matter the situation you need to be in contact with a dealer right away because they are not getting hardly any floor models this year and they will be gone FAST. Your gonna want to get your name on an incoming unit. Dealers are going to look very empty this season.