Dodge Dealership Refunds Money On Truck It Couldn't Fix

Dodge Dealership Refunds Money On Truck It Couldn't Fix

Last Friday, we posted about how a Dodge dealership in New York spent nearly a week working on a truck, and charged over $700 for the labor, only to say they couldn’t fix it in the end. It looks like the story has a happy ending: after the truck’s owner sent in a formal complaint and pointed the dealership to our post, the dealership’s owner refunded both the repair fees and the towing fees.

Dodge Dealership Can't Repair Truck After 6 Days, Local Mechanic Does It In 10 Minutes

Dodge Dealership Can't Repair Truck After 6 Days, Local Mechanic Does It In 10 Minutes

A Dodge dealership in Alexandria Bay, NY, wasted over $700 of Joe’s dad’s money and a week of their time not repairing a 20-year-old truck. Joe says he heard that the dealership recently replaced all of its mechanics—maybe they took a page from Circuit City’s playbook?

http://consumerist.com/2008/06/25/in-an-effort-to-spur/

In an effort to spur sales, General Motors is offering no-interest, six-year loans on new vehicle purchases through June 30th. Unfortunately, only the slow-selling models (i.e., not very fuel efficient) are included in the sale. Oh, also they’re raising prices on 2009 models. [New York Times]