My Local Dealership said the their first 2020 Prime will arrive in exactly 12 days from now.

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  1. yiujai86

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    Too soon? Most dealers said August.
     
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    If 2020 model is going to be released this early, is there going to be a massive sell off of remaining 2019 models soon?
     
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    That sounds right. MrHockey’s dealer also said late June - see #5 here. 2020 availability? | PriusChat

    In Northern California, they upped the manufacturer rebate to $2,500.
     
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    It was $2,500 through 6/3 here in RI, and now I see that’s extrnded through 7/8, so I’m guessing that’s their Fourth of July offer.
    Several dealers here have 2019’s in stock.
     
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    New dealer ad for Quebec:

    C'mon, USA! :whistle:
     
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    B3B09BB5-81FE-45ED-A4D7-F0688B4C3CA3.jpeg There is one on the ground in Irvine, CA. The pic of the wheel rim indicates it is a 2020.
     
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    Plus the color - the red for 2019 and earlier was "hypersonic red", which is replaced in 2020 with "supersonic red."
     
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    Mine arrived last Wednesday on the 12th. I was also told August. 2019 was all sold out. I haven’t picked mine up yet as I don’t have access an outlet to charge my vehicle in my current condo and just told I can’t switch parking spots. I put a $500 deposit but did not sign any papers. Anyone know if I can back out without any issues?
     
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    usually yes. but you need to ask first, and if they decline, see what you signed, and what local laws state
     
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    You don’t need to charge it to drive it.
     
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    no, but it sure makes it a lot funner :)
     
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    Trollbait It's a D&D thing

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    But a waste of resources.
     
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    You're in Canada, no need for engine heaters at your condo?

    Research changing association by-laws. Many plug-in owners have been successful in getting either charging stations (hard) or additional plugs (easy) installed for owners.

    Nuclear option: move and tell them why. Vote with your pocket book.
     
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