Sadly, at the time of this review, I am still at the dealership waiting to take delivery of my new vehicle. It must be noted that I arrived at the dealership at 10:30am and it is now 2:30pm. The problems began when I left the dealership at 10:45am. About one mile from the dealer, both my daughter and I noticed an increasingly loud vibratory sensation the more I accelerated. I decided to return to the dealer and explain the issue with my salesperson, Jim Brown, who has been great this far. The dealer quickly took it into the service bay and concluded that the rotors were no good. After repairing/replacing the front two, they realized that the other two should be replaced as well. While I understand that things like this can happen, you would think that this would have been caught with their initial assessment of the vehicle prior to displaying for sale. I cannot be sure why, but I did not notice the vibration during the test drive. I can only attribute this to not obtaining sufficient speed. I don't know if the dealer plans on compensating me for my lost time,for what is clearly their negligence, but I feel cheated after spending upwards of 20k and losing what is now four hours of a Saturday; and I haven't even left yet.
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