Well, with one delivery in the whole province in August, it’s a lost cause. Time to move on to a different vehicle. The Dodge Hornet PHEV looks nice.I contacted multiple dealers in Alberta. Edmonton, Calgary, and every town toyota located. All of them said it's 5 years wait time least case. Some are not willing to add anymore to wait list.
Looks cool. Any idea when it's gonna be available at showrooms?Well, with one delivery in the whole province in August, it’s a lost cause. Time to move on to a different vehicle. The Dodge Hornet PHEV looks nice.
Big wait lists already I’ve heard. I can’t stand the front end and I don’t want a third row.2023 mitsu outlander phev is worth a look boys . approximate size and electric range to the prime . vehicles being delivered by december . price and amount of vehicles being delivered still an unknown .
i hear ya on the front end and rear seats .front end wouldn't bother me that much and since the rear seats are very thin id just fold them down or remove them altogether .Big wait lists already I’ve heard. I can’t stand the front end and I don’t want a third row.
How do you know the 2023 SE will have a power lift gate in Canada?The dealers seem to be as much in the dark about delivery dates as we are. Would be nice to know how much of a price increase we can expect for the ‘23 models. The ‘22’s MSRPs went up $1,100 mid year. With the enhancements for ‘23, especially the SE (infotainment, Moonroof, Pwr Liftgate), we can expect another bump - likely a couple thousand - may serve to close the gap to the XSE?
You could have flipped it for 10k profit and got back on the list.Finally, the call came in yesterday. Dealer told me that a 2022 XSE technology would be available late November. However, i declined it as i want an XSE without all the unnecessary gadgets. I may had accepted it if was a 2023 model, but it was a 2022 model.