Date: Wed, 19 Feb 2003 21:18:34 +0000
From: Johannes H Andersen <>
Subject: Re: Saab 9-5, Volvo V60, or Audi A6 wrote: > > Someone who looks an awful lot like Andy <> wrote: > > But there is more to it than the handling of the car. > > That is the handling of the manufacturer in case anything goes wrong. > > > Read this: > > > > > Yes, Andy had a bad experience with a dealer who clearly didn't > handle his car problems properly. A bad dealer can sour anyone on > any car. > > I could just as easily write a page describing how, on two different > occasions, at two different dealers, a decade in time apart from each > other, my dealer and Saab have gone way above and beyond their > obligations to make good on problems. > > While it is unfortunate that Andy had these problems, it isn't typical > by any means. It does underscore the importance of making sure that > you have a dealership who has a good reputation for doing the right thing, > however. > > Dave Hinz This is certainly true, in particular when buying a new car. I have read strange stories in car magazines. I recently read about someone who bought a new Mercedes. They picked it up a late evening in low light. But the next morning they found that the car was badly scratched. Something you don't expect when forking out 30k on a brand new Mercedes. Car magazines are often helpful for getting redress. Johannes

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