My thoughts exactly.......I couldn't buy it from that dealership after that debacle.
Anything that would go wrong with the coach in the future and doing business with the dealer would be amplified exponentially with each issue that presented itself going forward.
Reminds me of this old but true JOKE.........
A young man was driving on a back road and got a flat tire. He could see a glimmer of light from a farm house up the road. so as he started toward it, he got to thinking to himself - suppose the farmer is not home - suppose he will not answer the door - suppose if i ask him for a jack to change my tire he will not let me borrow it? Do you suppose he would not trust me with it ? - Well he thought to himself if he feels that way I will just turn and leave - maybe there is another place around here - the more he thought about it the more upset he got - He got to the door, knocked. The farmer came and opened the door - the young man yelled at the farmer - O.K. YOU CAN JUST KEEP YOUR FARKING JACK!!
Originally Posted by Rockwoodjoe
I would have cancelled that sale. Every time you step into that unit it will dredge up the bad experience. There is no excuse for not informing the customer of changes in your purchase. Asking for another $3000 just added another insult.