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Report: #158510

Complaint Review: DaimlerChrysler - Springfield Massachusetts

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  • Reported By: SPRINGFIELD Massachusetts
  • DaimlerChrysler customerassist@daimlerchrysler.com Springfield, Massachusetts U.S.A.

Daimler Chrysler Ripoff Sold me a Vehicle that never had an oil change on an engine that is known to have problems if the oil is not change on a regular basis. Dodge Intrepid 2004 2.7 engine Springfield Massachusetts

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Hamden Dodge refused to take ownership or split cost on a Vehicle that has a warranty on the engine. The sold me a Vehicle @ 4300 miles which never had an oil change. I paid my brother to give me oil changes whom ripped me off as well and he never changed the oil so, when I brought the car to Dodge thinking this would be my 6th oil change I found it to be the first ever on the Vehicle coming from the manufacture. It's documented that the engine on the 2004 Dodge Intrepid 2.7 if it miss 1 oil change it will lead to engine damage. Therefore prior to the car being sold to me the warranty was invalid on "Hampden Dodge" behalf and they are unwilling to work with me and I am spending monies on a car note and rental on a car I can not drive. I can not continue to do this fincially much longer. Chrysler is unwilling to assist me and the representatives that have assist me have been very rude for the most part.

Sonja a.
SPRINGFIELD, Massachusetts
U.S.A.

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#4 Consumer Comment

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AUTHOR: Robert - (U.S.A.)

POSTED: Tuesday, September 27, 2005
The dealership did nothing wrong. You even admit you had your brother change the oil instead of paying a legitimate business do it. Your brother screwed you, not the dealership. A business would have done what it was contracted to do, change the oil. Your brother took your money and ran with it. There is no reason the dealership should give you anything, since your CHEAPness is what is costing you. If the car had 4300 miles on it when you bought it, this would mean it was a demo car or something to that effect. Demos and other "program" cars all get regular maintenance. All cars brought into a Dodge Dealership for resale are given an inspection and the oil is changed. The dealership marks their filters so they know who did the oil change. Apparently, your filter is still the same one it left with, that's how they know you never had the oil changed. You tried to get away with CHEAP, and it is going to cost you.
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#3 Consumer Comment

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AUTHOR: Robert - (U.S.A.)

POSTED: Tuesday, September 27, 2005
The dealership did nothing wrong. You even admit you had your brother change the oil instead of paying a legitimate business do it. Your brother screwed you, not the dealership. A business would have done what it was contracted to do, change the oil. Your brother took your money and ran with it. There is no reason the dealership should give you anything, since your CHEAPness is what is costing you. If the car had 4300 miles on it when you bought it, this would mean it was a demo car or something to that effect. Demos and other "program" cars all get regular maintenance. All cars brought into a Dodge Dealership for resale are given an inspection and the oil is changed. The dealership marks their filters so they know who did the oil change. Apparently, your filter is still the same one it left with, that's how they know you never had the oil changed. You tried to get away with CHEAP, and it is going to cost you.
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#2 Consumer Comment

I'll make this short

AUTHOR: Robert - (U.S.A.)

POSTED: Tuesday, September 27, 2005
The dealership did nothing wrong. You even admit you had your brother change the oil instead of paying a legitimate business do it. Your brother screwed you, not the dealership. A business would have done what it was contracted to do, change the oil. Your brother took your money and ran with it. There is no reason the dealership should give you anything, since your CHEAPness is what is costing you. If the car had 4300 miles on it when you bought it, this would mean it was a demo car or something to that effect. Demos and other "program" cars all get regular maintenance. All cars brought into a Dodge Dealership for resale are given an inspection and the oil is changed. The dealership marks their filters so they know who did the oil change. Apparently, your filter is still the same one it left with, that's how they know you never had the oil changed. You tried to get away with CHEAP, and it is going to cost you.
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#1 Consumer Comment

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AUTHOR: Robert - (U.S.A.)

POSTED: Tuesday, September 27, 2005
The dealership did nothing wrong. You even admit you had your brother change the oil instead of paying a legitimate business do it. Your brother screwed you, not the dealership. A business would have done what it was contracted to do, change the oil. Your brother took your money and ran with it. There is no reason the dealership should give you anything, since your CHEAPness is what is costing you. If the car had 4300 miles on it when you bought it, this would mean it was a demo car or something to that effect. Demos and other "program" cars all get regular maintenance. All cars brought into a Dodge Dealership for resale are given an inspection and the oil is changed. The dealership marks their filters so they know who did the oil change. Apparently, your filter is still the same one it left with, that's how they know you never had the oil changed. You tried to get away with CHEAP, and it is going to cost you.
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