Do you suppose your car is just sitting in a parking lot near a port of entry? Could it be that the dealer has to initiate some paperwork to get the car delivered to him?I'm at day 20 on step 5 ... sigh.
No idea. Dealer said it would be a month before they would see it after it hit the port (despite other FEs being delivered to the area weeks ago in a much shorter timeframe). VW.com says the vehicle is on the dealer lot. I haven't had a chance to verify that but the wheel has not moved for me either way.Do you suppose your car is just sitting in a parking lot near a port of entry? Could it be that the dealer has to initiate some paperwork to get the car delivered to him?
Or is delivery on hold 'til they have enough cars to fill a truck?
I don't know, just wondering how it works? I special ordered through Toyota a "brass hat" Lexus IS-250 once and I suspect the dealer left it sitting somewhere, like at port of entry, waiting for better incentives (to dealer) near end of model year. The car had more miles on it when it showed up than one would have expected, plus someone had written numbers with like a crayon on the windshield and they left permanent markings after sitting in the sun for so long. The dealer replaced the windshield. Trust a car dealer - I don't think so....
BW customer service said ours was released to the carrier. No explanation on that. I presume it means it has cleared customs and port paperwork and is sitting in a lot waiting to be trucked to our dealer. They only said that when the dealer received it the wheel of pain would change and we would be called by the dealerOur dealer received 8 black ones last Thursday but not our mystic blue. VW customer service said ours was released from the dock last Wed awaiting the carrier for delivery. So who knows.