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What to ask for if dealer messes up

NickMorel26NickMorel26 Posts: 8
edited October 22 in Honda
I have had the absolute worst experience with purchasing a vehicle. Car was damaged put the door and I was assured it would be fixed. I’m working on two weeks with this car not fixed and ready to go. Yet, I was told it would be fixed within the week ( I dropped the care off on a Monday). My question is what should I ask for to be compensated for my time? They said “tell me what you want to do” I didn’t know what to say so I want to have something when I pick up my car (hopefully) this week.

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  • PF_FlyerPF_Flyer Pennsylvania Furnace, PAPosts: 9,346
    What kind of damage to the door? If it's body damage, you want it done right, and that takes time. A "quick fix" can be a bad fix.

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  • its a dent and the damage was not fixed properly. So I am still waiting for them to fix it properly. I just am really looking for advice on what kind of compensation for all this aggravation and wasted time should be?
    PF_Flyer said:

    What kind of damage to the door? If it's body damage, you want it done right, and that takes time. A "quick fix" can be a bad fix.

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