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Date: Thu, 30 Dec 2004 11:06:39 GMT
From: Johannes H Andersen <>
Subject: Re: normal repairs wrote: > > I guess I didn't realize how expensive it can be to fix this car. > However, I did check with one other shop before approving the repairs. > I bought this car used with 50k on it about a year ago. It's got 63k on > it now. I wish someone could tell me why all these things went wrong > about the same time and what they all mean! - The dealer told me "it's > nothing unusual" but I have my doubts. Do you think I got a lemon or > something? Is it time to cut my losses and get some other car? I love > the way this car drives, its intelligent design, comfort and the space > inside but if it brakes down again anytime soon my bank account may not > be able to cover the repair. I think it is normal when you buy a used car that the vender makes an economic decision to shy away from repair bills. So there will always be some restoration to do. The question is more whether you get value for money for the repairs. It does look quite expensive for what you get. However, if you bought the car from a dealer, then they usually provide a limited warranty.

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