Today I just bought an ID.4 in Mt Pleasant, SC. When I reserved my Pro, I immediately called the local dealer that I chose for delivery. I asked if there was going to be any mark up or dealer fees. Salesman said no. Spoke at length how they don’t do that. I then asked, so just msrp destination charge tax title registration right. That’s right he said. I take a test drive awaiting my Pro. Salesman got a lot of stuff wrong which I don’t blame him on new model but I found it odd that he made several political comments. And then he offers to sell me their 1st Edition. I told him great but when he sends me the total price it includes DOC Processing fee $499 and Non Tax Fee of $107. I got upset and reminded him that I didn’t want to pay any markup and that he told me just destination tax title and reg. So he haggles, even says his doc fee is the law (earlier this year CarMax didn’t charge me any dealer fees and even itemized all their pass through costs). I know there are some pass through costs so I agree only if he takes off $400 of the $500 doc fee. I now own this car and love it but the dealer experience was so horrible. This is a major purchase for me and should be fun. I put my guard up from the beginning, challenged my salesperson when he gave me wrong info, haggled, walked away from deal, he walked away from deal then finally came to a price $100 more than I should’ve paid. If I had been allowed to buy direct or through CarMax I would have had a positive experience. I wish automakers and dealers would learn. So if you are going to wait three months or more I suggest you go to your dealer now and get all costs in writing now. If not, good luck.