Yes, provided the receiving dealer accepts the drop ship. Many do, some for free, most for a fee. The "courtesy delivery" fee may be high enough to change your decision about whether or not you want local delivery or are willing to drive from a dealer further away.in_d_haus said:Doesn't matter where you buy it from once you drop it off in Europe to be shipped back here they will drop ship it to any dealer
That's too bad. If I buy another BMW down the road, I certainly plan to give Jon/Franco every opportunity to earn my business (especially since I think we'll do another ED and if we can combine it with an SC pick-up over here!).CD-55 said:
No, at the time I was taking qutoes thier production slots were later than I was looking for.
I don't know. There's only one way to tell, which is by doing the fax letter method. The smaller city dealers are usually willing to do almost any deal for $1500 over invoice. It is well worth the drive IMHO. Good luck.jrubens said:Cruzer:
do you think they will be willing to deal on a convertible? I've read online that it shouldn't make a difference with ED, but that the dealers sometimes try to jack up the prices because the cic is in demand.