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Re: Audi screwed my order, was 1.8T wheels for sale

Tim, does the phrase "Bait-and-Switch" mean anything to you? Regardless of who
screwed up the order, you are the customer paying a big chunk of jingle for a
product. Do *NOT* accept anything less than what you ordered. In fact, this is a
major inconvenience, get YOUR car and get it with a few freebies thrown in for
good measure....  or sue the dealer.

Now before this starts a nasty thread from dealership lurkers: suing the dealer
may be an extreme response, but the dealer is the factory's representative and
it is the dealership that is ultimately responsible to the customer. Even the
threat of a suit may go a long way to breaking any log jam that may exist. Go
get 'em, Tim, or hate yourself while you pay for/drive someone else's car. I
must be tired, you're being screwed, I don't know you, but it's getting my Irish

Sean Ford
sean@nwh.org                       '92 Audi 100CS 5spd 28K mi
Newton-Wellesley Hospital      '89 Suzuki Katana 600 14K mi
Newton, MA  02162 (USA)      http://www.geocities.com/MotorCity/Downs/5528

-----Original Message-----
From: TWSOUTH@mumr2.mid.muohio.edu <TWSOUTH@mumr2.mid.muohio.edu>

>I may refuse delivery, but then what?  There are no available cars
>to purchase?  Audi has a seller's market, and they are taking advantage
>of it.  This was AUDI's fault not the dealer.