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Discussion in 'Open Letters to Kia Motors' started by Flowbucket, Jun 10, 2019 at 11:42 AM.
Obsessed a few years to me few = 3 or more, car's not been around long enough for that
I don't know, I have been obsessing with the Stinger (in one form or another - ie. GT4 concept etc) for more then 4 years now...
Never seen a new Stinger with black wheels. No location info.
Guessing someone bought a used car that's been modified.
I've seen new Stingers that have been modified by dealers, including wheel swap/powdercoat.
Never seen a dealer swap a
3.3tt into a 2.0 Premium though.
until OP can post pics I think its safe to assume he may have been bamboozled or the dealer was not educated between the trim levels.
Or a little bit of both. Hope the OP doesn't disappear I'm interested in seeing the outcome of this.
The door handles, side vent, lack of red caliper, and no "vent" on the rear fender all point to this being a 2.0t. If they sold it to you as a 3.3 you might want to seek a lawyer and see what your options are.
I think he realized what he bought and was mistaken and is feeling a bit embarrased ..................come back for a group hug , we all make mistakes !!
Or...digiwolf created a new account just to troll.............
There is a suspicious absence of red "X"s throughout the thread. You may be on to something.
if this thread is legit, I hope OP does not think we are mocking them. we are here to help, although sometimes we are a bit much lol. non the less we want to help you out as well as I am sure we are all interested in what really happened with this situation...
I ran into this sort of situation a lot when I bought my '18 GT2 at the end of '17. Dealers were calling all trims "Stinger GT".
There's no way that the info on the window stickers could legitimately steer a buyer astray. If the dealer put on the wrong info they either did it with malice aforethought, or out of incompetence. Either way, the buyer will win any legal battle hands down. And it should be an exceedingly brief battle at that.
How do you not know wth you are buying?!?!
Ouch, this doesn't sound good.
I’ve seen shady dealers (actual ford dealership... not the dime a dozen no name used lots) slap special badging / stickers implying a v6 mustang was a gt. Sad. I’d punch them in the GD giblets.
honestly , I think the guy just didnt know or he's trolling ..................lets leave this alone , nothing more to learn unless he posts again .
Flowbucket has left the building... This thread had promise...
I wanted to dislike this post...
It looks like Flowbucket's account is US based, so there's no way his could be confused with a GT-Line unless he went north across the border to purchase from a Canadian dealer. If this post is legit, seek out the advice of a lawyer ASAP.