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Complaint Review: Desert Nissan
Desert Nissan5800 W. Sahara Internet United States of America
Desert Nissan New Nissan LEAF took 3 weeks to fix - won't swap for another car , Internet
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Car has braking issues that are very dangerous - Inconsistent braking and dragging brakes.
On several occasions, I had to use emergency lanes to stop the car, shut it off and restart it to make the car go over 25 MPH. Had the car over a weekend and had it back into the dealership on Monday morning (04/08).
Dealership provided a loaner from 4/8 through 4/25 when they said it is fixed. It's been 3 weeks and for the past two I have been asking for a different car. No deal. Returned all keys and the loaner to the dealership on 4/26.
Went to talk to the General Manager, who is possibly the rudest man on the planet. He says I own the car. I maintain that I do not want THAT car but will take a different one. If I need to, I'll hire a lawyer, but I'd rather settle this without one. I dealt in good faith, waited a ridiculous amount of time for repairs (they told me they had to get a specialist from Japan to fix it) and this.
Another dealership told me it isn't hard to undo a deal, but Desert Nissan is completely unwilling.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 04/27/2013 03:08 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Desert-Nissan/internet/Desert-Nissan-New-Nissan-LEAF-took-3-weeks-to-fix-wont-swap-for-another-car-Interne-1046721. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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