[200q20v] Problems again

Tom Donohue donohue at netconnx.net
Fri Dec 1 21:38:07 EST 2000

Does sound like my dealer here in Pittsfield, MA, who I stopped dealing with,
except for dire necessities, in 1987, when I dropped off my brand new 5000CS
Turbo quattro sedan at 8 am for its initial new-car service (2k mi.?, 4k mi.? I
forget)  Anyway, when I returned to pick it up at 5 pm, I was told it was not
ready and would not be at a predictable time.  My sin?  I bought the car from a
dealer in PA (where, until a couple of years earlier I had resided for all my
life) and with whom I was well-acquainted, and for a few thousand dollars less
than the local was willing to sell me the identical car, even after being given
the opportunity and the comparable price.  The reason given by the service
department?  "We give preference to our customers!"  Needless to say, I have not
dealt with that yotz since. Regards, Tom

Phil Rose wrote:

> At 4:48 PM -0500 12/1/00, -J J- wrote:
> >hey all,
> >I still have no resolution to my problem.  And today the dealership called
> >and said they couldnt work on my car anymore- acoording to them there are NO
> >catalytic convertors on the car- yet i have a bill of sale proving that i
> >had them replaced, and i have checked the work myself. They still refuse to
> >work on the car, and they say i have to have the car towed from the
> >dealership. WHat should i do now?!?
> >
> >John
> Wow, that sounds like _some_ dealer! Be sure to let us know who it is.
> Perhaps you could demand to speak/consult with an AoA rep about this.
> Phil
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