A member of the CorvetteForum known as Z06Storm has had a rather dissatisfying experience with the dealership that he went to for service on his 2016 Corvette Z06. The Z06 was brought in for the 500 mile oil change and to have a “whistling noise” coming from the driver’s side window diagnosed. When Z06Storm returned to pick up his Corvette, he found that the dealership had driven it 150 miles. As you would imagine, he was pissed.
In order to make up for the mishap the manager apologized, and offered a free tank of gas and an extended 150 mile warranty, to which Z06Storm replied, “go to hell.” He is now considering taking the matter to small claims court.
We don’t see how this could have been accidental, and we’d be lying if we said we wouldn’t be outraged ourselves. We wonder what alternatives there are to taking the matter to small claims court… are there any at this point?
Edit: The name of the offending dealership is Hooman Chevrolet in Culver City, CA.