The Faulty Towers of Car Dealerships
A long time fan of Peugeots (until recent times), I traded in my Peugeot 308CC for a brand new 5008. Trivett didn't register the transfer of my CC so I copped toll notices from new owner. They couldn't find copies of my sales agreement or finance documents anywhere, despite repeated phone and email requests. They failed to register me with Peugeot Road Assistance (which I belatedly discovered when we desperately needed the service, with my young family stranded in a National Park). Peugeot Road Assistance just point blank refused to assist. Tri...vett promised us "special Peugeot Key Rings" which never eventuated (despite repeated emailed requests). Now the brand new car has broken down 4 times in the last 2 months and each time it is "repaired", it breaks down again and they give a completely different reason each time.... Don't buy a Peugeot 5008, but if you do, don't go anywhere near Peugeot Alexandria.
We have used Peugeot EuroLease on two occasions one good, the other abysmal.
Read all about it by going to "Peugeot Europe EuroLease"
Basically the contract is loaded against the customer with very poor customer service
Peugot who would buy one from this dealership
I lost my key to my peugot I was told to ring Peugot to get a number so that I could have it replaced - I rung the dealership where the car was purchased from and they were rude and short telling me I had to tow the car to them and then it would cost around $500 to get one replacement key....... who would buy a Peugot if you knew this - so don't lose your keys anyone who owns a Peugot!
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