Hi all, as a newbie to both the Spyder line and this community, I've been researching for all the info I can get to help me in the purchase of a new 2020 or 2021 Spyder RT Limited Chrome Edition (color undecided). Being 73 yrs old and a dedicated HD rider who now needs 3 wheels, I am ready for the transition rather than giving up riding all together. That being said and money tight, I had my sights set on the 2020 model due to the $2000 rebate; however to my suprise, every dealer I've contacted has told me there are no longer any 2020 models available nor is BRP shipping any. I've contacted Can-Am customer care who confirmed the same; he said the company was apologetic but they sold out due to pandemic even though the rebate is valid till April 30th. (Pretty Disappointing - should be canceling the rebate offer then). To make matters worse, the dealers I contacted (5 closest to me) all had 0-1 in stock with some coming in which were already sold. Asking if I could order one, I was told (I couldn't) dealers simply rely on BRP to send them what they have and it's pot luck what comes in and I should call on a regular basis to check status. Heck I don't even know what color I desire because I haven't seen one other than on the computer ~ at almost $30,000 I think I should have that option to view it before laying out any cash. I did speak to BRP about this as well and was told that because of the pandemic Spyders have been selling like crazy and production has been limited, they hope to get caught up again soon. Meanwhile people seeking to save advertised $2000 rebate are SOL, customers seeking to purchase a new RT Limited Chrome are hit/miss with availability especially if they are undecided about color choice. FYI - some dealers do have the Sea-to-Sky models looks pretty but who the hell can afford that. Final note - seems to me that the box marked "Request A Quote" on the Can-Am Web-Site is just a ploy because if dealers lack product availability, those dealers lucky enough to carry one or two models will most likely only accept the MSRP pricing listed as their selling price and thus forgo any other negotiable quote.