Larry loves to base his point on the MSRP and not what the car is actually selling at. He did the same when I got my new Macan for $43k off. I bought it for $80k, not $123k. When I trade it in I won’t be taking any more of a wash than if I bought one he specced for me new. I also get all the options I wanted thrown in. Win/Win. I buy it to enjoy it, not buy it to sell it, like he does. You bought 3 macans. Great Larry. I bought one at a significant discount with all the options, and will lose a lot less money than switching cars 3 times like you did.Larry, you don’t know they are stuck. You don’t know what the dealer paid for this unit. It’s very possible they paid in the mid 50’s, certified it, put it on the lot for 63, and when they saw the attention it brought decided to shoot for the moon and raised the price to 68.
The original MSRP is irrelevant. The value of the car is what the market will bear today.
If they are as “stuck” as you claim, then they paid a lot more for the car than the “under 50k wholesale” price that you claim to be the case.
Now why would any dealer do that? Could it be that they are aware your claimed wholesale value is completely inaccurate?