Anyone feel like this?
But I got offered a really good price ... Under normal times I would turn down £1-2k extra vs waiting 4-6 weeks for new car .. but due to all these lockdowns I didn't think it would be that big a deal.Remember the monkey, don't let go of one branch until you have a firm grip on another.
Mehh ... I'm lucky I have 3 Volvo dealerships within 30 miles radius ... one of them must be decentAnd then add to the mix...."I hope I get one of the good ones"
I just used the Quote number from Select and they accepted that - as long as you consistently use the same reference I think this is ok. Installer contacted me this morning to put the Pod Point in. I believe you may have to update the DVLA with the final details once you have the car.Yep, also waiting for some kind of order that will be accepted by the OLEV people so that I can get the home charger installed. With a Polestar lease you get nothing as a contract until the finance is signed off. Finance won't start until the car is assigned a Registration plate... *sigh
Unfortunately the paperwork from the Polestar leasing is just the initial order form. Not signed and no commitment to buy, so as far as OLEV is concerned you don't have a car on order until the leasing paperwork has been signed.I just used the Quote number from Select and they accepted that
Similar to my experience. I'll have been using granny charger for 2 weeks when electrician gets here to sort it. It's not too bad with lockdownAs I mentioned over in the UK leasing thread, I ordered in late August through Leaseplan via a broker (non-PP, void, slate, 20", load carrier).
Yesterday they told me that the car had arrived in the UK, and today I got a delivery date of 26th October! VIN 4xxx, Order number 1102xxxx.
Frankly, am amazed given other people's experiences. My charger isn't getting installed until 2 weeks later!
My Order is 1101xxxxYesterday they told me that the car had arrived in the UK, and today I got a delivery date of 26th October! VIN 4xxx, Order number 1102xxxx.