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Old 12-06-2010, 11:23 PM
CliffJumper CliffJumper is offline
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Mein Auto: 09 M3 Sedan
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Originally Posted by Bobcola1 View Post
Did chapman BMW fix the problem and replace the cpo 650 with a lower mile perfect car?
LOL... Wow, I really hope this actually isn't Bob Cola... Not only is the situation ridiculous, but to so obviously post a leading question is ridiculous

The only person I enjoyed working with at Chapman was Alex Stoner, but apparently he's gone now.


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Originally Posted by bmw650burn View Post
After 5 aggravating months of dealing with the dealership and the certified sales director who just so happens to have the same name as your username, the car was traded in with an additional amount paid by me, to offset the lower mileage on the second vehicle. Not exactly the definition of a "replacement." This was done only after I consulted with an attorney and informed the dealership of my intent to seek counsel and to file a complaint with the AZ State Attorney General's Office.

I really just wanted to move on and forget about it all, until I saw your post. Hopefully the vehicle was repaired properly and any potential buyers are informed of the previous damage and the repairs that were made since the updated carfax available on the dealer's site (where the car is for sale again), does not include this information.

VIN: WBAEA53568CV90185
http://www.everycarlisted.com/az/pho...ea53568cv90185
Well, this posting above shows that CarFax claims there were no accidents. Considering CarFax info is reported by repair shop & dealerships, it's too bad there's no way to find out if dealerships have wrecked cars and fixed them because it'll never be reported.


http://chapmanused.com/Phoenix-Az-Us...P3143A-CAC.htm

BTW, is this price any higher or lower than what you paid?
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