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I was just wondering how everyone is doing on the delivery dates and how long they are having to wait. Ordered mine last week, was told it'll be produced on September 4th. I'm making a trade in on it and I'm worried about losing too much value on it before it comes in.
 

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I'm told its because of sales volume in Canada compared to USA. We have a lesser allotment from Toyota. Yeah it sucks
I’ve heard that too, that people in Canada are having a very hard time getting one. I’m hoping that the date they told me will be correct but I doubt it. Hopefully you’ll get yours soon.
 

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I finally have a sign that my LE AWD Cross may have been built: the temporary VIN no longer works on the Toyota site as of today. If that is actually the case, that would mean a 3-week delay from the original scheduled build date. Again, I am in the USA and the car is being built at the Huntsville, Alabama plant. Hoping I hear a confirmation of this from the dealer soon.
 

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I finally have a sign that my LE AWD Cross may have been built: the temporary VIN no longer works on the Toyota site as of today. If that is actually the case, that would mean a 3-week delay from the original scheduled build date. Again, I am in the USA and the car is being built at the Huntsville, Alabama plant. Hoping I hear a confirmation of this from the dealer soon.
Hopefully you’ll get good news and get your cross soon! I’m USA and being made in the Huntsville plant as well. I’m hoping to not have a delay but I’m doubtful about it.
 

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Ordered March 19, was informed last week expected delivery Oct 26-Nov 5
Good info Normroy. From Canada as well and placed my order a month later in April...this should give me more time to save for a bigger down payment. Yeah, Toyota is struggling with the chip shortage, heard earlier this summer they were going to have slash their production estimates.
 

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This is my first post here, so greetings to current members. I had done some research on the Cross and wandered into the dealership in Winchester (August 29) when I was in the area on an errand. I asked if they had one in stock to look at. They had 'one' on the lot with 3 miles on it. Red XLE with all the features except the JBL sound system and navigation. I drove it home the same day. Sharp little dude, quieter than the Tiguan I traded in and much more to my liking size wise. Just ordered a hitch and wiring kit for it.
 

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This is my first post here, so greetings to current members. I had done some research on the Cross and wandered into the dealership in Winchester (August 29) when I was in the area on an errand. I asked if they had one in stock to look at. They had 'one' on the lot with 3 miles on it. Red XLE with all the features except the JBL sound system and navigation. I drove it home the same day. Sharp little dude, quieter than the Tiguan I traded in and much more to my liking size wise. Just ordered a hitch and wiring kit for it.
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This is my first post here, so greetings to current members. I had done some research on the Cross and wandered into the dealership in Winchester (August 29) when I was in the area on an errand. I asked if they had one in stock to look at. They had 'one' on the lot with 3 miles on it. Red XLE with all the features except the JBL sound system and navigation. I drove it home the same day. Sharp little dude, quieter than the Tiguan I traded in and much more to my liking size wise. Just ordered a hitch and wiring kit for it.
Congratulations on getting your Corolla Cross @Red! What's stood out to you the most about it since you took it home?
 

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Congratulations on getting your Corolla Cross @Red! What's stood out to you the most about it since you took it home?
It handles much better than 'expert reviewers' would have us believe. Stays flat in the corners, maintains speed up-hill when using cruise control, is quieter than the Tiguan on the highway, stock radio sounds pretty good, and, the main reason I was attracted to it, no turbo charger. Just a naturally aspirated 2.0L inline 4. Plus, the Corolla is the best selling, longest lasting car Toyota has made. This is the first Toyota I've purchased, but also looked at the C-HR and Corolla Hatchback as well. But I believe this is the better car, sizewise.
 

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Was just informed by dealer that Toyota cancelled my re-ordered LE Awd. Now my options seem to be an LE Awd Premium arriving end of November at higher cost, or a Rav4 LE Fwd for $1600 less or a Rav4 LE Awd for about $500 more than the CC LE Awd Premium also arriving sometime in November. Getting really frustrated here.
 
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