Here are some tips to help you get a car delivered:
Be flexible: Don't expect a dealership to deliver a vehicle to you during peak business hours. It takes more than one person at a dealership to complete a deal. The salesperson, sales manager and finance manager all will be involved. It will also require an additional store employee to drive the salesperson back to the dealership after he has dropped off the new car. Getting a personal delivery on a busy weekend, for example, is less likely than getting one during a slow time at the dealership (think Mondays). If you can be flexible with your delivery timing, chances are much greater that the dealer can come to you.
Tell the dealership what's in it for them: Before you close the deal, explain to the salesperson or manager with whom you're working that an at-home delivery would increase the chances of you doing business with them. If bringing you the car and paperwork would make you happy enough to refer the salesperson (and dealership) to your friends and family, be sure to tell the dealer that. If providing you with an off-site delivery would assure the salesperson a perfect customer satisfaction survey score, tell her so. Do something to encourage the salesperson to come to you, in other words. Would you use the service department at the dealership? If so, be sure to mention that, too.