Something I've been wondering. I know dealer mark ups have been a thing for a long time with certain cars while the demand and hype is high. I've been wondering, why are dealers allowed to charge over MSRP for cars? There are plenty of other products that get released where the demand is high and the supply is low. One example being the Playstations and Xboxs. They would sell out immediately and remain sold out for months, people would buy them and charge a mark up on ebay, but the retailers would never sell them over MSRP. You'll never see Bestbuy or PCRichards selling a product over MSRP because demand is high and supply is low. So why is it okay for dealerships to do this? What makes dealerships different?