So, I ordered my car in late November to get my order in before the price hike. The original delivery estimate was late December, which was earlier than I needed it. When I went to the sales center to test drive the car they told me it would be no problem to put in an order and have it held to whatever later delivery date I wanted. So I asked them to push back the December delivery date to late January, as my current auto lease doesn't expire until the beginning of February. They did that and never suggested this might be a problem - it showed up as "late January/early February" in my online profile. In the last few days, though, the date changed to "late February/early March." The guys I've been talking to from the pickup facility are insistent that there is nothing they can do about this and that this is the first "available" window. That doesn't make a whole lot of sense to me. Obviously, there are going to be cars made and delivered in January. Just not mine. I don't understand why I should have to wait longer rather than just having them bump me up to my (rightful!) place on the priority list. Has anyone experienced an issue like this before and had any luck escalating it to get an earlier delivery? They are trying to convince me to give up my custom order and get something from new inventory instead, which I'd rather not do since I want the specs I chose and if I'm paying for a new car, I want to get a new car rather than a floor model or a test drive model. So the way I see it, the options I've got are either being a squeaky wheel and complaining until they fix this, or sucking it up and Ubering my commute for a month. I'd prefer the former but don't know if I'm wasting my time. Thanks in advance for any advice.