All new cars appear good. Whether they stand the test of time is another matter. Further to question 6, The dealer have given you this magical perception that you must take it back for service because of warranty issues, factory trained technicians, this, that, and the whole song and dance. And you know what? It works for them till the warranty runs out. Once the warranty runs out, the love affair with your now “old car” usually runs out too when you have to pay over $100 per hour and every nut and bolt they use. This is the time when we start seeing your vehicle and to know there inherited problems which is about 3-5 years later. The exception to this is when there is a long running production vehicle with known problems that are never corrected or upgraded properly such as transmission issues with some american car manufacturers.
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