That does not seem right to me. Does not the "in service date" start with date customer takes delivery? That has always been my "in service date".
Originally Posted by UncleJ
Get the new one. Remember the warranty starts with the car's "in service' date so that means when it is built, not when it was purchased by the customer. Methinks there is more to this story than meets the eye too!
I find it very difficult to comprehend that a dealership will "forget" a $45K unit (that they are paying flooring costs on) for any period of time. Your friend will be better served with a new one and let them sell that one as a stock unit (which they will have no trouble doing).
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