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Discussion in 'The Okie Corral' started by bakerj, Sep 15, 2015.
So I'm watching KBS news last night and caught the end of this video....Wow
Yeah! Take THAT, Milk Man that slept with my wife!
He needs to work on his swing.
In front of a Mercedes dealership no less.
He apparently had a point to make?
He's not using the proper club
I'm guessing he only buys american ......lol
It was a new car. No acceptable reason it should've been stalling out. Boo on the dealership for being jerks.
"Don't think of it as work. The whole point is to just enjoy yourself. There's a force in the universe... that makes things happen. All you have to do is get in touch with it. Stop thinking. Let things happen... and be... the headlight. Find your center. Hear nothing. Feel nothing..."
This golf course is electric.
You have to whisper when you say it....
Damn, wish I was rich enough for that kind of tantrum !
Each hit in repair $ : one, thousand, two thousand....
The man responsible for the decision making was reportedly gone and so they couldn't resolve his situation then and there.
Makes perfect sense to smash the **** out of your vehicle, in that case
Judging by the display put on by the owner of the car, I'd be more apt to call him the jerk.
Can you say "impulse control issues" and/or "anger management issues." This guy must be a prize to live with or work next to.
See, I disagree about him being a jerk. Telephones work almost everywhere. You shouldn't have to wait for someones physical presence to perform an action.
My brand new car stops on the highway in fast moving traffic. - Unacceptable. 20 days in the shop. - Unacceptable. Another 40 days in the shop after they thought they'd fixed the problem the first time. - Unacceptable. Deeming it fixed again and saying the dealership will swap it out for another if it happens again and then being unavailable when it does. - Unacceptable.
Part of the premium behind paying for an expensive car is that you answer if I call you. You're being paid to be available and if for some reason you cannot be available you apprise someone of my situation and grant them the authority to act in your place. Heck, that's just part of running a good company. The world doesn't stop spinning because you have a meeting in Singapore and you do not inconvenience your luxury customers. Apparently at least a dozen other owners have had the same problem.
So through my eyes Dealership - Jerks
Golfer - Frustrated owner that used a golf club instead of 6 pipe-bombs
No one's absolving the dealership or Mercedes of blame. They probably handled it poorly. Dealerships generally are great until there is a problem, then they suck. However I'd like to think a high end company's dealership would be an exception to that rule.
The owner of the car is also a jackass. Justify his actions as you wish, but they're not justifiable as anything other than a prepubescent tantrum. I can understand why the guy would be angry, and I probably would be as well. But my avenue wouldn't be to destroy the vehicle.
"We're here on the 13th hole, of the Honest Ed's Used Car Open. The leader is up on the tee. It looks like he's selected a driver for this par 4 AMG Mercedes."
Really? I hope it says that in your sales agreement.
My solution has been to contact the regional sales manager for the manufacturer, and copy the CEO of the company with the communication, which is always by certified mail.
I've only had to do it a few times on luxury cars, but the response was instantaneous and quite satisfactory.
Yup. Only someone with no adult problem solving skills reacts in a manner such as that. He fixed nothing.
Say what you will about the original problem, but you have to admire the durability of that golf club.