|11-23-2011 10:04 PM|
That goes for all sales people. At a Nissan dealer. They would go up to one of the adviser & ask him to inform the customer about the vehicle. Because this advise was like all joy-gasim over the Z350 cars. He acted like he new everything about it. Not really though. He knew a lot, but he was still flaw.
|11-23-2011 10:01 AM|
I think some of the Jeep salesperson should do this too!
|11-23-2011 09:03 AM|
|Jkujon||My god that's true about the German vehicle. My wife has an 2011 BMW z4. You need a masters in computer science to figure the thing out. Nothing is intuitive to my simple American mind. Can't set the cruise, but sure looks good!!|
|11-23-2011 08:58 AM|
|kik||Why not let natural selection prevail regarding JK's.|
|11-23-2011 08:32 AM|
Thanks for the information.
I'm sure it is good advise.
|11-22-2011 11:50 PM|
For the new owners!
I have seen many vehicles come & go for concerns from people about their new vehicle. Only to find nothing wrong but the error of the owner.
How can it be an error of the owner, you ask?
Vehicle you drive now a days, aren't vehicles.
They are computers on wheels. Though it seems like the wranglers don't have as much BS in them as all the other vehicles out there. This still applies to all.
Vehicle aren't the same as they were a decade a go. Yet a decade before that as well & so forth. They have change. Became more complicated. More stuffing in the turkey. Features & reactions the vehicle makes that is normal.
There is something out there that will help you understand your vehicle. Take the bloody time to understand it. All you gotta do is read the manual. Not bloody hard, really. It tells you what the vehicle does & how it acts. Unless you have a german vehicle, you'll still be in the land of confusion.
So take time & read your manual. Don't have it, vehicle didn't come with it. Pick up you phone & dial the digits to Chrysler Corp. & ask them to send it to you for free! Or watch that bloody dvd. But, I recommend still get the paper manual from them!