I saw two about five miles apart going west on I-94 around Chelsea. Beautiful.camero said:Hey murunga, did you see all the Daytonas that the dealers picked up today at the corner of woodward and 13 mile road. I sure wish I could have got the time off work so I could have seen that :sad:
HMMMMMMM, There are supposed to be 4000 of each color and an additional 200 of each color in Canada. I hope you are correct about that #, but I think you are wrong. Sorry.HappyRock504 said:As a Dodge dealer in KC we understand that there will be about 2500 Go Mango Daytona's and that many more in Top Banana in the spring. We have for sale on the show room floor #112
Not sure of the finish date, but I've had it for about 5 weeks now (3000 miles). It took about 6 weeks to get after placeing the order if that helps. But being around Detroit, I'm not too far from where their made (Canada).John229 said:Hey Murunga, what was the finish date on yours? Mine was suppose to have been done the 15th, just wondering how low it will be.
I don't think its too late, you'll have to verify that with a dealer. One of your choice close to you if you trust them or there several members here who work for dealerships who would be more than willing to help you.I A said:1) Is it to late to order a Go manGO! Daytona? If not, can i do this at any Dodge dealership?
All numbers are MSRP:I A said:2) How much would it be with just a sunroof? I plan on doing stuff to it myself, and dont like the DCX navigation system and since im changing the stereo, i dont need sterring wheel controls.
As stated by others, most reputable dealers will sell for MSRP or less. Whatever you do do not pay more than MSRP. You can save money even if you have to fly to another state to buy and then drive it home.I A said:I know the MSRP is like 32K and the sunroof is like another 900-1000, but is that it? Or would i have to pay some rediculously high dealer markup?
I agree 110%. I ordered my Daytona on June 9th and I'm still waiting for it (Built July 28th...waiting for the damn decals to get put on in Windsor.)...but I digress.CO-Charger said:As stated by others, most reputable dealers will sell for MSRP or less. Whatever you do do not pay more than MSRP. You can save money even if you have to fly to another state to buy and then drive it home.
and they will wonder why no one wants to buy it... its not that no one wants the daytona... its that no one will pay the mark-upchewman said:It's sitting at a despicable dealership that marked it up $2K. (It's been sitting there for darn near 2 months now.)