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lack sf90 interest?

Discussion in 'SF90 Stradale' started by 95spiderman, Oct 31, 2019.

  1. Il Co-Pilota

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    Why on earth not? Can't see the problem. If the dealers have issues unloading an allocation, you are doing them a favour.

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  2. amenasce

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    They might not want it to be known they couldnt find customers for all of their allocations esp if the word from Spa is that it's sold out.
     
  3. dustman

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    They are not sold out. Only the Divo went quickly. Chiron used is less than msrp already. Many slots available to build.

    Running costs are normal. Biz partner has one.
     
  4. Il Co-Pilota

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    It has not been declared sold out, and Ferrari spa can see in their system what's not sold. If they have an issue, they will contact the dealer directly. Trust me, if a dealer has an allocation, and a client is looking for one, you not saying is not helping anyone.
    Ferrari spa is not going to come here and read your post, then contact a dealer with complaints for not selling a car, that's absurd.
    Is this in reality a case of unsubstantiated hearsay and a loose rumour you can't confirm? It sure feels that way.

    If these have not sold their allocations at some point within a set number of months, Ferrari spa will take action against them. But it will not happen because of dome random post on Ferrarichat advertising that set dealers might have an allocation - that's nonsense.

    Forgive me for being blunt about this, I just think you're doing the dealers and comunity a disservice by keeping it under wraps if indeed your info is solid, because there are clients scouting for SF90 allocations.

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  5. dustman

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    FWIW FofUSA does monitor here.
     
  6. of2worlds

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    I wonder how @FNA enjoyed the Roma wet sump story.... :D
    Not to mention the 'front grill' controversy.

    and for that crowd what is a wet sump?o_O
     
  7. Glenn Quagmire

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    I've inquired with several dealers (including the one with my F8 order), and haven't found anyone with an open spot...just waiting lists. Too bad, because I'd probably be a taker...
     
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  8. G. Pepper

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    A wet sump lubrication system is one that allows you to accurately determine the oil level with a dip stick. While the only way to accurately know how much oil is in a dry sump system is to drain and change it. :)
     
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  9. LVP488

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    Or you just monitor the oil level in the separate tank for oil in the dry sump set-up...
     
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  10. Il Co-Pilota

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    Very true. All I'm saying is that Ferrari spa and FNA does not scour the boards for things they might jump on like that
    If someone here posts that they have heard that a dealer has an allocation for a car, so what? It's not like they don't already know. If Ferrari FNA or Ferrari spa had an issue with these two dealers because two allocations have been sitting too long, they would already have contacted the dealers in question.
    So again, all I'm saying is that both FNA and Ferrari spa would probably see it as one of the many advantages of our community. They are in the car selling business after all.

    If Glenn is actually looking for an available allocation, it is pretty silly not to do both him and the dealer a favour and point him to where an allocation can be found.
     
  11. Caeruleus11

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    What happens to your ego when you call your dealer to order an SF90 and they have no more spots left. :)
     
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  12. Glenn Quagmire

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    Being new to Ferrari, I couldn’t care less. Plenty of other cylinders to bang...
     
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  14. Il Co-Pilota

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    Not sure it was targeted at you as a newcomer. More a general comment of those who keep saying that the SF90 is doing poorly and allocations are plentiful:) Note that this does not include of2worlds either. Can't remember him being particularly negative about the SF90 and its sales numbers.

    I think Caeruleus11 makes a good point. We see some people here who seem to be overly enthusiastic about telling others how poorly the SF90 is doing etc. So yes, I would say it would be an interesting wakeup call for their ego if they called up their trusted dealer whom would never let them down, and ask for one of the many lonely SF90 allocations out there lol:D
     
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