Not here either. The sale contract is binding. Once the car goes into build you own it and if you decide later you don’t want it or can’t come up with the balance then the dealer keeps whatever amount you’ve given them to date plus they can legally pursue you for any shortfall between what they would have got off you and what they ended up having to take to get rid of it. I suspect with this level of disaster the owner would have left with his backside in a sling. Nobody is going to be allowed to get away scott free for specing a car like that even in a good trading environment. I guess his only upside was being able to walk away from it because if he paid for it and drove it off the lot he’d be in no mans land trying to get rid of it today. He’d be flat out getting half his money back on it. Im actually surprised the dealer took the car on so i would assume they have already applied a very stiff penalty to cover the likely worse case scenario. This is why i say anyone saying they like it should put a low ball offer in and put their money where their mouth is and, be prepared for a phone call to take it away. I think this dealer would know that their first offer could be their only offer.