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Orange county is a huge market. And right now Orange county is likely servicing most, if not all of, the inland empire. Once Riverside is up and running, it will likely free up capacity in costa mesa.Service appointments are 2-months out at the Costa Mesa SC. They even added a 2nd shift for technicians. Rivian has outgrown the location.
I fully agree. Only so many consumers can afford to purchase a $75k + vehicle with current interest rates.I'll say it again.....Rivian has a demand problem for the R1T.
Yeah the one in Eastvale needs to open to get all the IE plebs out of the way.Orange county is a huge market. And right now Orange county is likely servicing most, if not all of, the inland empire. Once Riverside is up and running, it will likely free up capacity in costa mesa.
Wonder if they are going to do that at more Service Centers. I dropped my R1S at the Costa Mesa Service Center today and they had rows and rows of R1's lined up. They might be all accounted for, but if that is the case, they need a faster way to get those out the door. Also, if you are getting service done there, they did not have any Rivian loaners available. They had Enterprise pick me up so I could get a prearranged loaner. Ended up with a nice Mercedes SUV, so I'm not mad at all. It is the first Mercedez I've ever driven, and I'm not mad about it.