I just built this same configuration on the website, with the car cover included comes out to be $86,070That explains the MSRP of this car:
I couldn't figure out where the extra $2,500 was coming from and there's no window sticker available.
Possibly, but I don't recall seeing a car cover in the list of options and I've never seen the dealer markup listed as part of the MSRP through the Afla USA/dealer websites. My car is this exact same configuration, but the MSRP was $2,500 less.I just built this same configuration on the website, with the car cover included comes out to be $86,070
The dealer must have added a markup!
Possibly, but I don't recall seeing a car cover in the list of options and I've never seen the dealer markup listed as part of the MSRP through the Afla USA/dealer websites. My car is this exact same configuration, but the MSRP was $2,500 less.
The price on the CCM's was initially discounted due to it being a required option. $8,000 is now the price for carbon ceramics, sold orders placed before hand do have price protection.http://www.chrysler.com/hostd/windowsticker/getWindowStickerPdf.do?vin= ZARFAEAV2H7535435
You are absolutely correct
Wow, that's a significant price increase @DaneARFOM
Well that really sucks and very disappointing, I have been patiently waiting for an allocation so I can custom build one to my specs. Now price just hiked without notice!The price on the CCM's was initially discounted due to it being a required option. $8,000 is now the price for carbon ceramics, sold orders placed before hand do have price protection.
my window sticker shows 8k as well but on dealer's site its still 5500 for the brake.DaneARFOM
I have a QV on order, it should be in any day. My special order was one of the ones that required the CCB option @ $5500.00. Now I see they are $8000.00.:surprise:
In a post you stated there was price protection for this increase but on my dealers website I see my car serial #, saw I could look at the window sticker and it shows $8,000.00.
Is there anything you have that actually states this price protection?
Just want to be prepared if my dealer tries to stick me with the higher price.
BTW- I ordered mine 12-23-16
r u saying dark 5-hole wheels has kind of package setup? i did notice the online build sheet will remove ccm if swap back to standard wheels. in this point seem like a better idea to have normal wheels for the corsa tires for summer and pay 2k on 5 hole wheel for all season/snow tires.As a salesman the only explanation that was given to us is that:
Brembo Ultra-High Performance CCM Brakes (BRM) increase from $5,500 to $8,000 MSRP
• Carbon Ceramic Brakes (BRM) MSRP was reduced at launch due to non-availability on Brembo 4-Wheel Disc High Performance
Brakes – standard configuration. With standard brakes now available, CCM Brakes MSRP adjusted.
They are pretty much saying that for a limited time during the launch they were "discounted" to $5,500. Since not enough people were ordering them they raised the price to $8,000, AND now made it so if you wanted the Dark 5-Hole wheels you had to get these brakes on the QV!
So let's recap here:
First, Alfa made the CCB a $5500 requirement for non-launch cars
Now, Alfa increased the price for CCB from $5500 to $8000 now that you can opt for standard steel brake rotors
On top of that, if you want the $500 option of the dark 5-hole wheels, which I do, I am now required to buy the $8000 CCB
Seriously, I have been all-in on a QV over an F80 ZCP but from the constant delays, lack of communication to what is supposed to be the most important vehicle launch for the brand (Stelvio will probably sell more), initial news of 6-speed transmission only to now Auto-only in the US, to my awful first experience at an Alfa Dealer where I am looking at an $80k Car, I am seriously having second thoughts - rant over...