I think we were told this before. I just wonder what this will do in terms of availability and also dealer markup. Hopefully we dont'see a big increase over MSRP because there is short supply and large demand.
I found this bit of news on nseavoice.com. There was no mention of when they would produce and ship more to the states but for now, the whole country will have to fight over those 2000 units.There is bad news for people in the US who want to get their hands on the 2016 Ford Focus RS as the vehicle is going to be very rare with around 2000 of the cars being available in the states.
and of course enough to keep the ball of hype going around with enough of these out to draw attention and to keep the buzz alive.Maybe the 2000 estimate is a bit low, not sure where they got that number. After looking around for a more accurate number it still seems like Ford is only shipping a small number of vehicles so people may have to wait a while for theirs.
depends on global demand I would imagine. With only one facility there are bound to be bottle necks, especially in the first year.If it's the first allocation, how long does it usually take for the second batch to be shipped?
It makes the Focus for Europe already and the Kuga...I think it's being produced in the Saarlouis production plant. Wonder if they're building something else there too or if the plant is just dedicated to the production of the RS.
I'm not sure if the RS has a dedicated production line or not actually...One plant dedicated to supplying the world's demand for the Focus RS while also producing the Focus. The wait for stock will be a long one.
Not sure if limited is 2000 specifically but it's probably in small numbers.Many are showing great affection for the next-gen Focus RS but Ford has confirmed that they will be producing the vehicle in limited numbers. In detail, only 2000 units of the Focus RS will be sold here in the US and this means that fans of the car will have to act fast if they wish to own one.
One thing for sure it will maintain its value well for a while to come, but definitely not an opportunity to invest, horrible investment lol.I'm curious how the limited numbers will affect the value of the car in the future. Could we have an actual good invest here?