Currently, I have the dealer saying they are waiting for Land Rover to give authority and Land Rover are saying that the dealer has to pay for it.I want my vehicle fixed but I do not trust that it will be done and I will be wasting more of my time by even letting it out of my sight. So for Christmas, I decided to surprise him with a Motorsports course.My partner is almost 30, and being taught where to hold the steering wheel was definitely not appropriate.He didn't get his hotlaps either, but that seemed like something we would need to book in for another time so we thought nothing of it.Imagine my partners disappointment when it turned out to be a basic driving course.He was in a car with a young girl who hadn't gone for her license yet.I was told a CAMS Motorsport course would be the one, and with the word "motorsport" in it, I didn't question her suggestion. After Christmas, my partner asked me to book him in, so I called HPDC again and spoke to J, who told me the course wasn't great and that a level 2 course along with 4 hot laps would be better, which made up for the extra money I had paid.
Not only have they not fixed up a botched paint job they left my vehicle next to another one in the paint shop and it is now covered in white over-spray on both the inside and the outside as well as damage that has been sustained from having the bonnet off and taking chunks of paint, one place especially is below the front left headlight (I have photos if needed). In July last year I took the vehicle in to get some things sorted.The 2 things were water leaking in through the roof and craized paint on the bonnet (vehicle is still under warranty).We were both extremely disappointed, so I emailed HPDC and expressed my concern. Significantly less than what I paid to begin with, and still not the V8 super school that my partner should have originally been offered, but it seemed to be the best outcome I could hope for.I am at a loss and do not know what to do, this car has had problems since day one. If you want to comment on this Gripe, click to Gripe HQ in Top Menu Bar and go to the Automotive Forum. At the time I wasn't particularly well off, so it took a few months of saving to get the cash together for a course.
If you are reading this gripe and represent this company, you can respond to this gripe and contact the customer by sending NGE an email here at Contact Us. I called the Holden Performance Driving Centre and told the consultant about my partners love of V8 Supercars and asked what would be the most fun for him.