Originally Posted by Tora
I don't have an issue with the damages at port, shipping etc.. I have an issue with a damage that was incurred at the dealership and was not disclosed and was not done properly. Ok, by law they don't have to disclose it - I get that. But at least do a correct job and not leave the bumper feeling like sand paper with 2 tones of paint. I also understand Caveat Emptor, but like I mentioned earlier - It is supposed to be a new car with no issues.. Lessoned learned and I will touch ALL panels for my next purchase, take a paint meter and perform a PPI by a third party - similar to buying a USED car...
Completely agree with you. A new
car should not have a rough poorly sanded bumper. Unacceptable. Cars are expensive, I don't agree with some of the statements here that say "it's just a car, don't worry about it."
"Sorry, sir. We sometimes use some of our products at home before selling them as new. Hope you're OK with that."