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Old 03-26-2002, 19:47   #1 (permalink)
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Reading with dismay the problems Holden owners have with Holden service. One of our work cars is a VT, and was in need of a service. Rang several Holden dealerships to book in, with proviso that a courtesy car was provided. No dealership could fit me in in the week I needed, and no one would provide a courtesy car. I rang our Ford dealer who instantly said "no worries". Makes you wonder .....
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So true!

Though i got to admit we do have some bad dealers in our lot!
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A Ford dealer? With good customer service?!
That's impossible! ;D
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One of our work cars is a VT, and was in need of a service. Rang several Holden dealerships to book in, with proviso that a courtesy car was provided. No dealership could fit me in in the week I needed, and no one would provide a courtesy car. I rang our Ford dealer who instantly said "no worries". Makes you wonder .....
You got a Ford dealer to service a Commie? Novel idea! :s3
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