I've been calling dealers in Central to Southern CA and had no luck. Bakersfield Audi plans to add 10k. Valencia Audi said they plan to mark them up, but wouldn't say how much, and Pasadena Audi said the same. Can you PM me with the name of the dealer if you don't want to post it? I like the Ioniq 5, but my wife was set on a Q4 to replace our Leaf. As everyone else said, they are saying March, and one of the dealers said only 2 cars.I'm in Southern California. I ordered an Etron GT at MSRP and my dealer is selling Q4s for MSRP. ETA is now March/April
PM me if in SoCal
Jst an FYI Hyundai financial is not doing the $7500 car reduction on their leases for Ioniq5 or any EVs. Audi still isI'm seeing a bunch of Hyundai dealers around me now showing in-transit Ioniq 5s. My wife really wanted the Q4, but I just don't see one in the future. Even if I was willing to pay markup, which I'm not, there simply may not be one to buy.
I'm willing to adapt, but my wife is less flexible. She'd rather have nothing if she can't get her Q4, which is a strange position... to me. I mean right now we have a 2018 Leaf so an Ioniq 5 or a Q4 would be a huge upgrade.The lack of options is very disheartening. We have to suffer till 2025
I get it, honestly. If I can't get the Q4 I'll just keep the Tesla I think, even though I get more annoyed with it every day. Everything besides the Q4 has an interior I don't want to live with or is compromised in some way I otherwise can't tolerate, unless I want to spend $80k or more for a fat e-tron, or $100k+ for an e-tron GT or Taycan.I'm willing to adapt, but my wife is less flexible. She'd rather have nothing if she can't get her Q4, which is a strange position... to me. I mean right now we have a 2018 Leaf so an Ioniq 5 or a Q4 would be a huge upgrade.