I reckon the cars not ready yet, but doing paper work today will ensure it's on Mays sales figures, not June as it would be on friday right? Perhaps they need to get as many sales into May as they have had not such a good month (not enough availability of up!s in stock and ready to sell me thinks)Edited by: Markmod1
I'm sure there's nothing wrong with your car at all, they just need some time to prep it for delivery as all dealers do, and if they have a number going out over the next few days already booked in for for pick-up, they have to make time to ensure they meet vw's standards.
Apparently VW call a sample of new owners, and the dealer told me if we answer anything less than 'completely satisfied' it's actually marked as a fail for the dealership!
Just a well that our dealer is excellent and we are infact 'completely satisfied'!!!
Actually, that's a really good rule to live by Markmod1 and good on ya for doing it. Too many people these days (myself included unfortunately) are happy to complain about the bad things but not so quick to come forward about the good. I'm trying hard now to get a balance between the two and even if I do have a genuine complaint, I try to raise it in a positive manner as well as praising good performance where I can. It's actually quite amazing the results you can get from being positive and reasonable
Hi Guys & Girls
Bored and locked down, got to thinking about how rare my lovely TSi is. So had a look at the DVLA survivors website
As of Q3 2019, so 6 months old, but really 3, as data runs quarterly in arrears
GTi 2724 and TSi 535, far less common, more exclusive, so why run with the herd...
Hey there guys and dolls.
Just purchased a up, ever time I put the ignition key in, and again taking it out, a alarm / chime goes off, could anyone give me advice on how to turn off if poss, regards Patrick