The owner of BMW put a list of all the damage to the car body. Decided to revenge!

The owner of BMW put a list of all the damage to the car body. Decided to revenge!

November 11, 2018 0 By autotimesnews

Final shot addressed to BMW

The poor thing for two years continuously repaired the car. And in the end I could not stand it.

Estonian bought a BMW 7-series sedan in the fall of 2016 in one of the local dealerships for 122,700 euros. It was a demonstration machine for buyers, by that time it had already rolled about 12 thousand km, and the client knew about it. Nevertheless, he did not even guess about the scale of the disaster, and the trouble began when he did not have time to drive 5 thousand km. To date, the mileage of the car is a little more than 50 thousand km, and during that time it just did not break, according to a local edition of Autogeenius.[IP]&ua=[UA]&domain=[DOMAIN]&page=[PAGE]&secure=[SECURE]&language=[BROWSER_LANGUAGE]&bidfloor=[BIDFLOOR]&gdpr_consent=[GDPR_CONSENT]

The most serious problems include replacing the engine, compressor, steering wheel and gearbox. And all this is not counting the minor faults that fell as if from a cornucopia. And among them there were simply amazing ones – so, on the eve of Christmas, apparently, as the owner jokes, inspired by the holidays, the instrument panel lights began to flash. At the same time, the dealership did not refuse to repair it, as the owners were well aware that otherwise there would be a trial. But the repair did not guarantee the serviceability of the vehicle. For example, after replacing the engine in the car, a vibration began that could not be eliminated in the service for three months. And the repair itself took time and nerves, while the owner periodically remained without space. Thus, replacing the engine with the delivery of the site took a total of five weeks, although it was originally promised that it would take no more than two or three. The remaining repairs lasted about 23-25 ​​days. During the time of owning a car, he had to take a taxi more than 25 times to get to the dealership with a one-way fare of about 20 euros.

All faults are accurately recorded and printed on the car body in the order they appear.

The owner tried to return the car to the seller, but he was offered only 67,500 euros for it, and since he paid much more, he considered that the price was very low. The man spent a lot of time and nerves, also paying a lawyer, and wanted to get at least € 85,000 in compensation for the car to add money and buy a diesel version of the same model worth € 117,800. The representative of the dealer said that all repair work was carried out strictly according to the regulations, there were indeed many faults, but some of the owner indicated were of a subjective nature and were not identified during the inspection. In addition, the client himself is not very carefully exploited the car. For example, during one of the services it was necessary to straighten the wheel and change the tire, which suggests that his driving style could provoke some of the breakdowns.

The furious Estonian made a list of all the problems that had arisen with the car in two years and put them on the BMW body, accompanied by a signature: “The price of the car is 122700 thousand euros, and this is what you get for this money,” and then follows a list of faults. And especially for BMW, he took a photo with a horse strapped to the car, while another inscription on the right side of the body is clearly visible: “There should be 450 horsepower, but in fact it is only one, and she pulls with difficulty.”

Documentation of the work