Shafer says they are almost fully pre-sold :dunno:
I've been at UCI for 11 years, and now also live here, and the Asian population is in fact 40%+ on campus, but that's not reflected in the population of the city. I believe officially the Asian population is somewhere around 20% now. However, the majority is still clearly the stereotypical OC conservative White Americans. There are about 2 dozen houses on my street and there are maybe 5 Asian households.Dave 330i said:
U're right, but the majority of Irvine and UCI are made up of Aisans, not white republicans. Do you know that 41% of UCI undergraduates is Asian. I heard they use chop sticks in the cafeteria. This is not a racist remark, just the facts. In fact, my brother and his family live in Irvine, and my daughter will be attending UCI next fall.
:dunno: :lmao:Kaz said:Of course, any self-respecting Asian buying in that category would buy a S-class or Lexus LS, so the E65 is assed-out anyways.
I wonder how many E46s the average dealer has on its lot :dunno:ALEX325i said:Hack,
Funny, but everytime I stop by one of the local Porsche dealers, I also see ~20 Porsches sitting in the lot... Go figure... Maybe 70+K cars really don't fly off the lot...
I guess the I like the E65 because I am white :yikes:Kaz said:Of course, any self-respecting Asian buying in that category would buy a S-class or Lexus LS, so the E65 is assed-out anyways.
This dealer usually has lots (20+)of E46s on the lot but yesterday there were definitely more E65s than E46s.nate328Ci said:
I wonder how many E46s the average dealer has on its lot :dunno:
Sounds like the GSM at that dealer got a little to trigger happy with the order buttonKaz said:
This dealer usually has lots (20+)of E46s on the lot but yesterday there were definitely more E65s than E46s.
One of the other local dealers I visit usually only has a couple of E65s.
Only Ms and Cooper S are marked up on the window. But every M flies outta there instantly, even when SMGs were +15k. There was a black SMG/Euro19 marked at +10k. I guarantee it will be gone by the end of this week.atyclb said:Are they selling them at MSRP, or are they marking them up?
One dealer in SoCal in particular (can't remember which one) had 10 M3's on their lot last year in May or June, at the height of the M3 frenzy.
Why? there was a $15,000-$20,000 markup on 'em.
Now that's interesting.The HACK said:
I'd figure Irvine/OC to be one of the biggest market for these things. White, middle aged, affluent REPUBLICAN capital of the world...These guys SHOULD be gobbling up these E65s.