Originally Posted by mariner99
Makes me wonder who the dealer was and whether he just managed to get on the wrong side of the dealer to the point of them not bothering. Still customer should always come first. None of those defects are acceptable on any vehicle. Hilarious that the fuel line broke at pick up........Thats the universe talking bro', get a GC instead, that way only the dpf will F@#@ up on you :-)
After watching the video I feel pity that ones life can be so dominated and obsessed over a motor car.
The guy and his wife are so focused on creating publicity that I think they have lost contact with reality and are bogged down in their own misery.
It is a 4 year old car and sure he has had problems such as a rattling door, clock that wouldn't keep time, loose mirror, etc, etc .... BUT when these issues dominate ones life to this extent.... then it really is time to take a deep breath and move on.
Hell .... what a waste of ones own precious life over such matters easily solved by selling the car.
For those who may observed ..... there are great expectations when picking up a new car created by days of visualizing events and the feelings. When these feelings are not realized then there is a grieving that takes place ..... BUT this is not the only case I can cite where a bad experience on delivery lead to a fixation that dominates every day of their life.
Just my 2C's ....