That would imply that only 10 dealers have received them. Roughly speaking, the end of this month will about 4 months since launch. The production total will easily exceed 2,000 units by that time, with 8 more months to go in the model year. If production totals were to continue at the same levels, the final total for the model year would be well over 6,000 vehicles. As has been the case in the past, many dealers will receive a lot more than others.RS
if there are 2390 dealers in the US, then since the Internet is always right, that means roughly there are only 2380 dealers left in the us that have a chance at a Hellcat?
I've heard that #345 was not really built as a Hellcat, but just a mere 392 Hemi with a fancy intake cover....heard it on the internet, just sayin#345
Today is the day...only semi nice day and the rain starts tomorrow. I'll put on the mopar splash guards, try a few variations of supercharged decals I cut (nothing special, just recreating the size and style using vinyl), detail the interior and get that 2nd coat down if the temps cooperate.Thanks RS, your awesome,, zixxer,, when you putting the second coat on the hellcat,
That's the dealer where I bought mine. They have been great so far, other than I get more Info out of RS than I do them. lolI think the largest lesson learned here is:
For the majority, unless you really, really trust the salesperson as a SRT knowledgable individual.....
If a salesperson at the dealership is telling you anything about the hellcat other than, these are the keys to the car, don't rely on the information they are giving.
I further this by one of my own stories:
Me - "Looks like you got a 2015 Scat Pack (it's a 6.4L engine) in, it looks great in black."
Salesperson - "Absolutely, and the 5.7L engine it has really puts down the power."
That being said, find out where you are on the dealership's order list.
Also, talk to Terry Mykins, Internet Manager, Overland Park Jeep Dodge Chrysler (just South of Kansas City). He was willing to order me a Hellcat to my specifications for MSRP yesterday.