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Thanks for the feedback. I see that you had a level 2 service completed at your last service. I'm not sure how the tech would have gotten grease on the dashboard, however our goal is to always ensure the vehicle is returned cleaner than we found it. We apologize for the over site and would be happy to perform an interior detailing as a goodwill gesture for our mistake. Please call our service department to schedule a time that will be convenient for you. We will also be happy to top off all of the fluids again. We apologize for the inconvenience.
We apologize for the frustration this situation has caused. When we are assessing a warranty situation, Subaru requires us to duplicate the condition in order to ensure we are replacing the correct part to resolve an issue. When yo brought your GPS in for us to look at, the technician tested the unit, and it was operating normally during all phases of testing. Under normal circumstances, we would not be able to replace the unit until we were able to confirm it's irratic operation. Since you had brought the vehicle in multiple times for the same issue, even though we were not able to duplicate the issue, our service director contacted our Subaru rep and he authorized us to have the navigation unit replaced in your vehicle. The audio/navigation units are not manufactured by Subaru of America. Depending on the model, they are manufactured by different audio/GPS manufacturers. (They make units for almost all automotive manufacturers). When we ordered your replacement unit from the manufacturer, they sent us an audio unit that did not have a GPS features like was installed in your vehicle. The box was labeled correctly and the units look almost identical. We are very sorry for the inconvenience as we understand that you are still experiencing issues with your GPS and just want it fixed. So do we! ;-) We have contacted the audio manufacturer, explained the situation and they are working to get us a replacement unit asap. We will contact you as soon as we have it to get it installed in your vehicle. Thanks again for your patience. We look forward to getting this issue resoved for you.
So, I got my new Forester home complete with an empty windshield reservoir (funny, but the car alerted me to that, as it did during the test drive), vinyl tape on the hood and tape residue (glue) on all 4 doors!
I then got the email alerting me that the delivery Checklist had been completed and followed. This is one of those times where automated emails (sent after I alerted the salesperson of the issues) are not elevating the car buying experience.
I realize this is trivial (although the tape and residue are still there; I bought my own windshield washing liquid), but if you constantly drill a customer to expect unbridled excellence, then it is a disappointment when it is not delivered.
But your name is on the back of the car delivered as it was and still is.