sept 2006/39185 miles / £19600 plus 846 RAC Warranty the garage stated serviced at 38k miles the log book said 33k
it was serviced but only a small service last April it should of had a full 40,000 or 8yr service whichever came first , the last big service was 16000 miles before, not at 38k miles Quoted which lead me to believe it had been done, being a fast prestige car this should be kept up to date with porsche and certainly should of had oil in it as it had an 82 point rac check allegedly, the suspension i could have it checked but as i already owned a cayenne previously i know what the ride is like and took their words in the advert "£3500 spent on upgrading the suspension system" which is now just here say and thy have no record! Also the sat nav tv does not work or even exist on the display screen which is another issue , they have agreed to fix a problem on the sunroof which i spotted pre sale and also a rear seat belt housing which was broken ! S
A Dealer called Sports and Prestige Centre who specialises in high performance cars
Can i take to a Porsche approved garage and ask them to bring the service history up to date and sort out the suspension and then put in a claim or is it better to just hand the car back and start again ? S
So in theory do i send a letter of my intentions and give him the choice to resolve either way, as he will probably end up with a 6K bill which is about 30 percent of the value, do i stand a good chance of getting this back or is better not to take the risk and push for the full refund ?
sorry at the end of the Question i asked whats more likely to be resolved and is it risky going for payment rather than full refund because of its value of repairs ?
All good will let you Know if i get a reply or a settlement ! S