McDonald GM -
bought a used 2008 HHR panel from McDonalds GM on State Street in
was advertised with Keyless entry, had a nice chrome trailer hitch, and
a spare tire when I test drove it.
Wyche is head of internet sales and which is where I first noticed the
Panel for sale.
Hi Mr. Wyche,
I picked up my HHR on Tuesday, 9th October. I
like it very much. Nice bunch of guys at the dealership.
problem I have is with the Keyless entry. The car was advertised with
Keyless entry. Upon delivery I was given just one key, no keyless entry remotes. I
asked why and they said thats why you got a discount price.
Well that was the first time I was aware of it. Also, when I test drove
the car there was a trailer hitch and chrome ball with it. I didn't
notice until I arrived home that the trailer ball was missing.
All in all I had a good experience at the
Richard G. Boyd
< style="font-weight: bold;">Yesterday I discovered I had
no spare tire in my HHR recently purchased from your dealership.
I can't believe that! They took the spare tire! I am 70 years old and
this is the first time I bought a car and didn't get a spare with it.
That means they
took (1. the Keyless entry remotes; (2. the chrome trailer hitch ball
and bar: (3. the spare tire.
am 70 years old with health issues, I had a triple heart bypass, I have
diabetes and COPD. If they took all of the above I am wondering
Today I am
calling a local GM dealer to check to make sure all the airbags are
still with the car.
< style="font-weight: bold;">I am a retired GM worker. I
worked at the Buick in Flint, Michigan for 31 years. Being a retiree I
am entitled to free
legal services. It won't cost me anything to see what people will
think about a dealership that would sell an older person an automobile
and covertly remove the spare tire and the other items.
Richard G. Boyd
On Tue, Sep 25,
2012 at 12:25 PM, Charles Wyche wrote:
Richard, I’m not
concerned with the odometer. I have had numerous
conversations with the manager at the lot that you went to, as well as
with your salesman Jesse Porter, and they’re really interested in doing
business with you. I’d hate for us to part with a sour terms, or
because of a misunderstanding. Please grant us an opportunity to
complete what we’ve started. Give Jesse a call at 989-790-5155
extension 1404; from the conversations I’ve had with him I think a deal
can be had.
your time and I apologize for the miscommunication.