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My dealership odyssey and claimed carbon buildup

Discussion in 'Engine & Drivetrain' started by Vector, Dec 12, 2020.

  1. Vector

    Vector Full Access Member

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    As an update GM didn't do squat, other than contact the dealership and buy whatever story they told them.
    Then when I got annoyed, they offered me a $100 coupon that I could apply to the bill the dealership expects me to pay.
    In the mean time the dealer said my ESV was ready, and if I didn't come in and exchange the loaner for my ESV, they were going to start charging me $150 per day for their loaner.
     
  2. Tonyrodz

    Tonyrodz Resident Resident

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    Scumbag dealership!
     
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    Rocket Man Build It Better Supporting Member

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    You should have never left it with that dealer to start with. You have no recourse now. Oh, and look that loaner over REAL GOOD before you return it. My daughter returned a loaner and they claimed it had a scratch on the rear bumper that wasn’t there when she got it, and they forced a claim on her insurance company for $1000 (which they supposedly repainted in their body shop) which in turn caused her insurance to go up.
     

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