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So I was poking around on Cars.com last night, and 5 or 6 dealers have Karmas listed for sale, what I assume to be their demos. Are the dealers required to keep their demos on hand? Or can they do whatever they want with them? It seems odd to me, especially with the reservation holders still waiting for their cars. Theoretically a guy off the street could get a Karma before a reservation holder does. I don't think any Karmas have yet been actually sold. But apparently it could be very soon.

Another thing I found odd was that all the different dealers had the cars listed at the exact same price - $112,850.

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According to my dealer, the demos are not intended or allowed for sale. My guess is the ads you see are to entice people to drive a demo and then order a bespoke car.
 

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It could also be a car whose order had been cancelled after the car was made and shipped out. I know one person who actually walked into a dealership and bought a Karma that matched his desired specifications that had been abandoned by the original buyer. Good to know these cars are finding good homes.

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mattjs33 said:
It seems odd to me, especially with the reservation holders still waiting for their cars. Theoretically a guy off the street could get a Karma before a reservation holder does.
I know that my dealer has interspersed some spec orders for dealer stock among the deposit holder orders. So someone off the street will definitely be able to buy a Karma once those cars start to arrive.

- Dennis
 
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