This might be old news But, For those of you still under warranty keep your eyes and ears open.
( fixed the link for ya - rich! )
Last edited by rich!; 10-09-2012 at 08:25 PM.
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My buddy got in trouble for something like this... not as bad at all, but he was road testing some fancy Mustang when he worked at the Ford dealer... hit the gas a little hard when the light went green and spun the tires a bit... Owner was sitting on the transit bus next to him at the light
whatever happened to the guy with the smashed up M5?
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Saw this earlier. What dumbasses. Also as the owner says, how long have they been doing this? Chevy customer service though seemed to wipe their hands of the mess, which is dumb as well.
Give the guy a new car, discipline the dealer, fire the techs/ management, etc.
██████████████████Originally Posted by Jeremy Clarkson
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I got a job at a dealership because I like cars.
These joyriders are what make me hate waking up in the morning, because they have made the general public think that their car is going to get abused and then they are gonna get ripped off when they come in for service.
Not that I feel like I can trust anyone I work with in the first place, but thats another story.
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it already made its way to yahoo.com front page , where you have those articles rotating , so they are most recent.
yahoo said that dealer asked them to remove the article because according to the dealer's lawyer ::
""A lawyer for Best Chevrolet, in a request to Yahoo Autos to take down this story, told us in an email that the audio was "misleadingly edited." Clark has said the dealership has threatened to sue him over the audio, but has also spoken with him about buying the Camaro back. The dealership may soon learn that in the Internet era, one burnt clutch can create quite the stink.
UPDATE: General Motors says in a statement that if the recording is valid it does not condone the behavior described, and that it is "actively working closely with the dealer to resolve this situation to the customer's satisfaction.""