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Just came across this, first I’ve seen on a dealer sale
For the last two weeks there have been numerous Edition Ones on Auto Trader. Most around Detroit, but at least 2 in So Cal. They are online for a couple of days & then poof...they are gone!!

Nothing in Oregon...Sadly. I heard today only 13 have been delivered & that includes VIP's, but it seems like there have been more than that just through Michigan Dealers.

I think the slow trickle is going to turn into a stready stream soon, if they have truck drivers ready to roll...

Jeff
 

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For the last two weeks there have been numerous Edition Ones on Auto Trader. Most around Detroit, but at least 2 in So Cal. They are online for a couple of days & then poof...they are gone!!

Nothing in Oregon...Sadly. I heard today only 13 have been delivered & that includes VIP's, but it seems like there have been more than that just through Michigan Dealers.

I think the slow trickle is going to turn into a stready stream soon, if they have truck drivers ready to roll...

Jeff
In GM's effort to maintain similar websites across dealerships they typically control the inventory stream on new cars. Once a vehicle is invoiced to us it will auto populate to our dealership website whether it's sold or not. Then our website inventory trickles out to the other websites we advertise on such as AutoTrader or Cars.com. Now, they will be on there for however long until we receive them in actual inventory.

Since all of these are sold already, the second they hit the lot and are delivered they drop off the website. Being AutoTrader and Cars.com are second hand information sources they are the last to update and refresh. That's why you will see them, but then be gone soon after.
 
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