Originally Posted by flymhi
1. A letter to the general manager of the dealer from an attorney often gets them off the dime. Be sure the cc. the BBB in the letter.
2. A call into your local news "troubleshooter" program can help accelerate the process. I would imagine a local dealer being on the news for a bad product/service would be the last thing they want. Even the possibility of the dealers name being mentioned on the local news may be enough motivation for quick resolution.
Best of luck!
Out of respect to the forum rules and moderators I'd like to ask everyone to refrain from the lawyer/lawsuit comments. If you have direct knowledge of any success in those areas a PM wouldn't be unwelcome though. I am keeping my fingers crossed that I don't end up down that path.
I don't want to mess with the dealer for a few reasons:
A. I don't fault them.
B. I certainly don't want to piss them off. They appear to be doing everything they can.
C. I didn't purchase it from them. They don't sell Sabres. Neither does anyone in this state or anywhere near here.