Hey Badboy, any updates on this information? I will not buy an Evo in the US, but I do want to know if Mitsu is partaking in unfair trade restrictions between the US and Canada. So far Subaru is letting sales from US dealers to Canadians happen, but warranties for cars sold in US are only covered by Subaru of America, work can be done and paid to Canadian dealers, then reimbursed by SoA.I will have to check for you tomorrow. I'll call head office in Cypress and find out.
Wooho, I'm glad to hear that. Can you give me the name of the executive that gave you this directive? I smell a class-action lawsuit against Mitsubishi!!! :jk:No dice on this one.
Mitsubishi corporate states the following:
With the Canadian market having it's own sales division and corporate headquarters, selling a US market vehicle to a Canadian national would be infringing on franchise right of the Canadian dealers. We understand your zealousness in pursuing all avenues of sales, but the Canadian market is not to be actively recruited by US dealers. Any discovery of a sale by your dealership to a Canadian national will be removed from your RDRs and you will be penalized accordingly for the infraction.
In a nutshell: I don't think there will be any joy here.
haah I got friends in the milford/orange area, next time I'm down there I'll see if I can check it out! and you're in jersey? Lemme know when you get any MRs in or know when you might, I might have to put a deposit down with you, it'd be a nice first drive w/ my X^
I'm in Maywood, NJ. In New London? If you go into Pruven Performance, Milford, CT, you'll see my Evo gracing the walls.
I'm guaranteeing MSRP for anyone who leaves a deposit in house with me. Let me know if you're interested.
Over 200 members around and 90+ of em with "0" post.C'mon people! Stop lurking and participate!
teh 'RIGHT CHOICE'?looks like our small sample size is showing that most people are going to make the RIGHT CHOICE...a12...MR with technology package