From reading similar posts I would say that if you haven't signed for the car(verbal only) you should be ok cancelling the order..Have you put down a deposit? If so they might try and bill you for things like admin. etc.
@Chris4410 - I wouldn't worry to much about it TBH
Last year, I cancelled 2 factory order S3 saloons
The first had been built to my spec and was in the Dealers compound waiting delivery when I cancelled. I got a full, no questions asked, refund on my deposit
The second one was again a factory order. I cancelled this one, after around 8 weeks and transferred the deposit over to a new S4 from the same Dealers. Again no probs & these were different Dealers
As has already been said, contact your Dealer that you made the order with & have a chat. I'm sure everything will be fine
I went through the same problem, although my dealer was fine about it and have me the full deposit back without too much wrangling.......
One thing I checked out at the time was the fact that I did it over the phone vs being In the dealership and signing the contract. If you are off site for the purchase I believe you have a 14 day cooling off period.
Anyway, best case - get your deposit back no problems. Mid case, they keep your deposit indefinite and you use it against another car in the future..... Worst case, deposit is a goner, but judging by the help and advice I got here, it's unlikely..... Just be nice!
You should get the full deposit back. Apart from anything else it would be bad press for a dealer.
I think they can only keep an amount that they are out of pocket. Which is difficult to assess and they will just sell the car on.
Best go and visit the dealer speak person to person, you can always dangle the carrot of an order in the future/????