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#110 of 118 Hm... this request might suit you
by Kirstie@Edmunds HOST
Oct 05, 2007 (7:06 am)
A television reporter is looking to talk to consumers who live in Edmonton, AB that needed a repair to be done on their vehicle which should have been covered by warranty, but for whatever reason the dealer or manufacturer is refusing. Please reply to ctalatiedmunds.com no later than Tuesday, October 9, 2007 with your daytime contact info.
#112 of 118 Now that the Canadian $ is actually above par against the US$...
Oct 14, 2007 (11:21 pm)
it seems like outright daylight robbery to have to pay what we pay in Canada. Is there any possibility manufacturers would roll back MSRPs for the Canadian market? I thought I had heard on the radio that Porsche has, or is considering, rolling back prices by 10%.
#114 of 118 Re: BMW Warranty Problems [screwedbybmw]
Nov 06, 2007 (1:01 pm)
Try contacting the first dealer for the warranty info. Dealerships make very money on the sale. A little more on the used side, but the money made by dealerships is in the shop side. The new dealership should be happy you are with them. And do whatever they can to keep you. Most BMW drivers stay BMW drivers. You are their customer now and down the road.
#116 of 118 Re: Canadian Buyers... [grandtotal]
Nov 14, 2007 (11:46 am)
Well, I suppose a US dealer could cheat the system.
I sure wouldn't want to do that but some Canadians sure are persistant at trying to get me to and I'm really getting tired of it!
WE CAN'T SELL NEW HONDAS TO CANADA!!
I'm sorry, I don't know all of the reasons but I can't sell new Honda's to Canadians!!
#117 of 118 Re: Selling US Cars to Canadian Citizens [dhermil]
Nov 14, 2007 (1:30 pm)
Can you help me out with a new 2007 Honda CRV ?
#118 of 118 Re: Now that the Canadian $ is actually above par against the US$... [bodble2]
Aug 13, 2008 (5:43 pm)
it is a daylight robbery by toyota Canada
unfortunately, being from canada the sales people from fitzmall dont like to sell new sienna 2008 LE 8 evp 2 $23,142 to canadians
the price of a 2008 Sienna Le with matching specs is $36,550
quite a steep price to pay for a few daytime running lights , and some odometer stickers...!!!!