An allocation is simply the ability to order a car, whether that car is for dealer stock or for a customer. There is no distinction between the two. If a dealer has allocations for six cars it doesn't matter whether he orders all six for customers or all six for stock or some combination thereof.Like less than 30. It's only January and I have seen half that many already listed online for sale and obviously that does not include all the cars reserved for Customers.
Every 2023 is allocated. A dealer that orders a car for stock is still counted against his allocations.Are you sure that the 10 already built came from allocations or could they just be dealer orders? The dealership by me had no allocations for any Hellcat, but then they ended up with a Sublime NBRE just recently. I am definitely not questioning the fact that the locator is completely off, just that some of the NBRE’s built didn’t come from allocations.
Allocations can also be traded (or sold) between dealers. You need a higher standard for "proof".Please be more specific, because my local dealer only has an allocation for an SXT, no Hellcats according to the locator. They called me a month ago as they had a NBRE coming in. If they don’t have an allocation, how can it go against it?? This would prove that the locator is BS.