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Sorry for the delay in responding. We bought the car in March 2014.
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Where I was hoping that I may have grounds, is that I bought the car solely based on the power vs fuel economy. Everything I have read to date is that the only fixes they can provide will either dramatically reduce the power of the car, significantly reduce the fuel economy, or a combination of both.
If I don't have the fix applied, it will reduce the value of the car.
Once the fix is offered, does the above change the situation at all?Thanks,Tom
That's what I mean thought the "fix" (and potentially this is the incorrect phrase here) re-maps the engine so that my sole reason for buying the car is no longer the same as advertised when buying it - the overall performance will be different - regardless of the combination of the results of power vs economy, the end result will be that the performance of the car will be significantly worse than the figures provided at the point of purchase.