If you are buying a new car they are fine if it is a used car they have some great consignments and generally want all they can get but who doesn't . they are mostly consignments from cars sold.
Regarding people buying the cars you are looking at I have purchased several older ferraris and I found the same thing a great ferrari at a fair price will sell quick... .
I don't know about others but when shopping consigned cars, the dealer is more restrained. And less motivated. There is no floor plan cost. There is the consignment commission. They don't want to offend their customer and instead let time do that for them until the owner gets realistic or flexible. When I was a surgical resident I tried my damnest to buy a Porsche 928 from foreign cars italia in Greensboro. I was price constrained ( 10k). I made a real offer at maker value for a consigned car. The owner said no and the car sat for a year before selling for less than my offer. I never forgot that lesson.
I'm not sure the dealer vets the consigned cars the same way as trade in becAuse the downside risk is different- but I may be wrong. That's where certified is good. Personally I would ask whether the car of interest is consigned.
Dealers are dealers as suggested. They try to make money. Period.
There are good deals fair deals and bargains.
Price sensitive or constrained buyers are at a disadvantage. I mean if you cannot go above a price point by going thru a dealer ,and a Ferrari dealer at that, they are less motivated to sacrifice e on price.
My suggestion is if you like the car, go check it out as suggested. They will see you are a buyer not a shopper. Put a deposit the. Get it the ppi as suggested. The buy car. You can structure the deal contingent on ppi. You can negotiate a service and other noncash items that add value to you.
The thing is sometimes deals can be found but they go fast when they're obvious to all. But good deals can still be had, they require more work. I mean no sales guy rolls over at hello.
All I can say is when you buy, I want a whole lot of pictures.