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As a crypto investor I still find NFT's just a scam. I do NOT understand at all the appeal to anyone not making money off of it.
I also don't see the appeal of NFTs.... I kind of think they're like Beanie Babies back in the 90s. Everyone is hoping they'll become valuable at some point, but they probably won't. Now that said, I could see NFTs like the integra's being valuable in the future for collectors (assuming the new integra is as popular as the classics) where a future collector 20-30 years from now would pay a premium to have the original NFT transferred to them along with the car itself.
 

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I reserved on day one and my credit card was just charged today. Anyone else seeing this? Does it mean anything?
 

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So is anyone being told in writing that they will for sure not be charged mandatory dealership accessories and / or market adjustments?

I saw that the GR86 forums are keeping spreadsheets of the dealerships not going through these practices and thought that might be a great idea here.
I’ve spoke to two dealers in South Florida, neither will commit to charging MSRP at this point . Be great to have a list , I’ll check out the one you posted .
 
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I’ve spoke to two dealers in South Florida, neither will commit to charging MSRP at this point . Be great to have a list , I’ll check out the one you posted .
Let me guess: Miami Acura and Esserman Acura?
 

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So is anyone being told in writing that they will for sure not be charged mandatory dealership accessories and / or market adjustments?

I saw that the GR86 forums are keeping spreadsheets of the dealerships not going through these practices and thought that might be a great idea here.
On the IntegraTalk site, we have a thread with discussion of what dealers have said when asked about MSRP.
A week ahead of opening day, I picked a dealer, confirmed they’d handle my order (reservation really), and if they got the car, it would be no markup over MSRP.
I don’t like even paying MSRP (normally am able to negotiate my price of 10.1% less than MSRP; or a slight profit over invoice) but this is a brave new world.
 

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Let me guess: Miami Acura and Esserman Acura?
Esserman Acura and Acura of Pembroke Pines. Acura of Pembroke Pines did say they had not decided yet on the Integra and would let me know , but that they haven’t been marking MSRP up on their other cars like others. So have a little hope there
 

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On my way to the Fort Lauderdale Auto Show , crossing my fingers they have the Integra on display
 
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Esserman Acura and Acura of Pembroke Pines. Acura of Pembroke Pines did say they had not decided yet on the Integra and would let me know , but that they haven’t been marking MSRP up on their other cars like others. So have a little hope there
I don’t think they will do Mark up on base models. As for Esserman Acura, they always do mark ups with base and Type S. have you tried Miami Acura? Last time I remembered they did Mark Ups.
 

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On the IntegraTalk site, we have a thread with discussion of what dealers have said when asked about MSRP.
A week ahead of opening day, I picked a dealer, confirmed they’d handle my order (reservation really), and if they got the car, it would be no markup over MSRP.
I don’t like even paying MSRP (normally am able to negotiate my price of 10.1% less than MSRP; or a slight profit over invoice) but this is a brave new world.
Yeah, this sums it up. Make sure they also clarify about dealer required accessories since that is likely independent of dealer markups and I have been told by some dealerships that these are requirements.

Definitely a different market today than it was a few years back.
 

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I went with Acura of Pembroke Pines. So far spoke to my sales guy twice and he just confirmed color/package but no real details yet.
Regarding MSRP, I saw TLXs there without “market adjustment” but had about 3k worth of tint/protection package etc.
 

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Esserman Acura and Acura of Pembroke Pines. Acura of Pembroke Pines did say they had not decided yet on the Integra and would let me know , but that they haven’t been marking MSRP up on their other cars like others. So have a little hope there
Interesting. A Pembroke Pines sales guy on the Facebook group said no markup over msrp.

Mine insists that they do not sell over msrp and they have several thousand 5 star google reviews. Recent too. They do have a dealer add on package. But unlike most dealers that charge 2-3k for nitrogen tire air and a bunch of BS, theirs is well under 2k and is ceramic coating and all weather floor mats. But they only do that on cars coming to the lot. Special ordered cars only get that if requested. So it should be 100% msrp with nothing extra. But I’ll admit I am nervous about it.

It’s weird to me there could be justification for market adjustment on a brand new model. There aren’t any being sold used. Nothing to reference. And Acura JUST worked out the price, in THIS market. How would it need an immediate market adjustment???
 
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