Tell your sales guy to make sure that your car was delivered with the suede shifter as it seems GM has messed up many orders by installing the suede steering wheel but forgetting to install the suede shifter and instead leaving the leather knob...
Might as well get this corrected before you get home if GM did indeed mess yours up too.....
You.did well. She's beautiful!
No doubt! Welcome home!Quote:
Originally Posted by tinman
Congrats on the new wagon. I'm glad things worked out for you.
That color is better than I thought it would be.
Fantastic-looking wagon. Sometimes taking a leap really pays off.
Glad you're home and enjoying it.
So did u end up bringing a body guy, and if so what was he able to decipher as to what was repaired?
God thats beautiful!!
I spoke with an independent body guy and also had the dealer's body manager look over it for me. Everything looked good from all angles and I even got on the ground to look up at the paint. This angle is apparently the easiest to see imperfections.
Sweet car! That is beautiful!
Going from the auto to the 6MT has been such a welcome change. I've always had manuals, so it feels so much better and connected to me. The daily drive with rowing the gears is more enjoyable because I don't have to be driving as aggressively to feel the energy of the V wagon.
Also, it has the sueded wheel and shifter. No build issues there.
I love it! Congrats!
Beautiful car! Someday I hope to park a Stealth Blue 6MT wagon next to my Stealth Gray V1 :)