[BiturboS4] RE: VAG No

Erik J. Engstrom engstrom at rawbw.com
Sun Apr 6 18:36:29 EDT 2003

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I don't intend to buy another VAG product. At this point I'm going after
them because its the RIGHT thing to do and it doesn't take much time to do
sue when you have clear federal and state protections.

In the 38K miles I put on my BMW 330i lease I had to change the following:

Seat position
CD and Radio Stations
Wiper Blades


  -----Original Message-----
  From: AudiBiTurbo at aol.com [mailto:AudiBiTurbo at aol.com]
  Sent: Sunday, April 06, 2003 5:24 PM
  To: fastwheels3 at attbi.com; engstrom at rawbw.com; biturbos4 at audifans.com
  Subject: Re: [BiturboS4] Can you non-Attorney's say "litigation,
litigation, litigatio...

  Audi has a recent history of denying warranty service and generally not
backing up thier warranty when major problems develop.  It's clearly
prevalent in the Northeast, but it's also clear that this is a corporate
philosophy pushed down into the dealership level.

  In my family, 2 lemon A8s, and then (because of the A8s, as retribution)
they denied me all warranty service on my S4 "because I race."  No, I never
race, but I AM an Audi Quattro Club (ACCNA) instructor.  I'm thinking about
suing, but I really don't have the time.  Instead my family purchased
Lexuses and BMWs to replace my parents cars and I may yet dump the S4.  I
love the products, but hate the company.  Our stories are NOT uncommon.

  A true VW and Audi lover who will probably NEVER buy another VAG product
in my lifetime.

  Mark Rosenkrantz
  AudiBiTurbo at aol.com

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