I am L4P.
This thread delivered.
The only car I've ever drove before buying was my first car in High School, and the 2nd part to your question..here we go..^Wow, sounds like quite a shitstorm has taken place when I was away.
All good and what not, but BC, hope you don't mind if I ask you this....
I understand if a product is low quality/not to your taste and so on, but how come you've never actually test driven one before buying your Agera R?
I mean, one would imagine it is only normal practice for one to fly over and test one beforehand, especially if they are to pay inn excess of a million bucks, am I wrong? Could have spared any possible disappointment, which you obviously seem to have with the car at this moment
Just asking out of curiosity really, not to fuel any argument per se...
Tell me you wouldn't be fuckin pissed off, when I coulda been dailying an Enzo this past 2 years instead left with nothing, they never let me have possesion of the car. If I did get the Enzo over the AgearR 2 years ago, I would be saving myself prob 300K+ in the appreciation difference...tell me you wouldnt be pissed off when the $ from them was only good enough for me to give a believable and agreed upon answer to the whereabout of the car. Tell me you wouldn't be pissed off that this fuckin muppet prob cost me 400K+.I think if they gave you your initial $$$ plus extra to make it right, it's not a good practice to bad mouth them. Everyone should just walk away. As a dealer, taking a car back is the worst thing. It's just bad karma, bad business, bad om, negative. However it does happen, and it's not fun. On top of that, giving someone else extra $$$ to take the car back is unheard of. If that said customer would then bad mouth my business after all that, would be unjust and unethical. I don't know the details of your problems or what they did wrong. Doing bad press for them only creates extra publicity, and they say in Marketing 101, any Publicity is good Publicity.