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So its a brand new 3 year old car thats lost half its value

How long do you plan to keep it, over 10 years its a steal  

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use taxi .... 0 maintenance fee, insurance, gas, tires,  .....

 

calculate how much one car will cost in price, etc.... per day

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For  sure a  whole  bunch of  lying going on between Chevrolet and this dealer, today Chevrolet  told me  again this  car has 3  year warranty, today the dealer told me it has  4  month warranty, as  soon as I start to question who is  lying...guess what??? yep this  car now sold to someone else hahahahahah anything but admit 1 the car is secondhand with almost  no warranty and 2  so they dont have to explain to Chevrolet that they are doing bad practice within the brand name.

So allegedly "someone "  has bought this  car this  morning between 9-10am this way they dont have to admit the whole story they concocted was BS.

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1 hour ago, Bender Rodriguez said:

use taxi .... 0 maintenance fee, insurance, gas, tires,  .....

 

calculate how much one car will cost in price, etc.... per day

How  will  a  taxi move 1  ton of  stone  chippings for me?

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1 hour ago, Grumpy one said:

So its a brand new 3 year old car thats lost half its value

How long do you plan to keep it, over 10 years its a steal  

It "was" a  steal if they hadn't already used it, and if it had the 3  year guarantee, but now to save face and  cover their malpractice and  lying its  now "suddenly"  sold.

Pretty disgusting games they are playing.

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19 hours ago, gunderhill said:

sure enough it was new but new 3  years  ago built August 2017, anyway I chatted  about it   with the sales person and started to negotiate.

I would walk away from it, a car sitting around for that long with 9km on it is not good, warranty or not in my opinion, cars need to keep moving and oils need to be changed regularly otherwise things cease. It seems to me that you are looking for a good price and warranty, as we all do, the bargain, but not in this case, this will soon be your problem as I hear Chevy is moving, good luck with it, make your bed lay in it, once purchased you will see what I mean.

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19 hours ago, gunderhill said:

it said its had a brand new pick up for sale and the price was very good. 

3 Yr old New car .

Get Everything changed Oils Filters and whatever you can think off .

than tell them that you will pay the same price as a 3 Yr old Used car .

Because if you later on want to Trade or sell it you will lose 3 yrs Value  Used car Book price.

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Please note AXA declined to insure my Colorado this year on the grounds parts ma be exey/ impossible to get.  Roojai took it up. Chev also never showed up , despite saying they would , when I broke down with 40k on the clock. 

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4 hours ago, zaZa9 said:

Please note AXA declined to insure my Colorado this year on the grounds parts ma be exey/ impossible to get.  Roojai took it up. Chev also never showed up , despite saying they would , when I broke down with 40k on the clock. 

what was the problem with your  vehicle and what model was it? If it was the Captiva Id  understand,  not  good to hear no one turned up to help you though, what was the outcome?

Today I  have found more dealers  ready  to  haggle, were down to 520k  made in 2019 with 3  year guarantee, a  much better proposition and 3  colours to choose from.

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5 hours ago, digger70 said:

3 Yr old New car .

Get Everything changed Oils Filters and whatever you can think off .

than tell them that you will pay the same price as a 3 Yr old Used car .

Because if you later on want to Trade or sell it you will lose 3 yrs Value  Used car Book price.

Already mentioned that and  more, deal is  off  now  anyway and good  riddance to them.

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On 8/10/2020 at 5:17 PM, gunderhill said:

Unfortunately this is Chevrolet, and the story get's  better.

I  texted Chevrolet off their website I gave them the vin number, they said this  car is not  new, they said this  car has done 1000km and is a demonstrator vehicle. The dealer just told me this  car is new this  car has done 8km so why then  only 4  months  warranty, and how has the warranty started if the vehicle has never been registered and there is  no green  book yet.

Dealer  just sent me a photo of the mileage  attached....8km

Someone and I think we know  who is  telling very big  lies,  looking round at the dealers they also have some more old  stock there as dates on those were 2017 to 2019  year of manufacture.

And  NOW for the grand finale............... Chevrolet Thailand just sent me this  message, seems  like they havent a  clue what they are saying, the car is a  2017 but IS new and is NOT a demonstrator and DOES have a 3 year guarantee.

SOLD 499k baht Chevrolet LTZ Z71 top model X cab, old  list price 799k reduced when chevvy decided to quit to 599k and this  dealer  will do it for 499k, thats   great deal.

Chevrolet head  office.CLUELESS

Sorry for the information that we told you previously. We are communicate with sale consultant staff name  xxxxxx of xxxxx dealership again for information about a car VIN. MMM142LM0JH619963, Mr,xxxxx told us that’s this car is a newest car with 9 miles and you will get warranty 3 years or 100,000 kms. whatever comes first after delivery date.

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Good for you the deal is off. Besides the 8km shown in the picture is not the mileage of the car, it's how far the little bit of diesel will take you until the tank is totally empty..

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14 hours ago, gunderhill said:

what was the problem with your  vehicle and what model was it? If it was the Captiva Id  understand,  not  good to hear no one turned up to help you though, what was the outcome?

Today I  have found more dealers  ready  to  haggle, were down to 520k  made in 2019 with 3  year guarantee, a  much better proposition and 3  colours to choose from.

I refer to yearly , "first class" insurance. AXA didnt wish to write Insurance  on my Chev Colorado this year. A Co. called Roojai  did and was cheaper than AXAs policy last year.

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Ok so after a  good  battle I got this  deal for a Chevvy X  cab LTZ Z71 which is  the  top spec  1.5 cab 3  year guarantee includes 

Tub  liner   REAL Chevrolet

Chevrolet brand   Wheel fender  flairs  

Seat for behind   driver  

black Chevrolet emblems front and rear  

Chevrolet brand car mats  

2  cup  holders

Window  tint   40% tint

Black sticker on bonnet 

Rear “COLORADO” sticker

Mudflaps

+1500 for diesel

3  year warranty

525000 baht. (+3500 refundable for red number)

Original price 799,000 reduced to 599,000  on Chevrolet  announcing closure paid 525,000 inc extras made in 2019 3  year  warranty 3  year breakdown cover, should  look  more  like this with the extras  added  on

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7 hours ago, zaZa9 said:

I refer to yearly , "first class" insurance. AXA didnt wish to write Insurance  on my Chev Colorado this year. A Co. called Roojai  did and was cheaper than AXAs policy last year.

I meant  when the vehicle broke down, what was the fault?

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