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Discussion in 'General Supra Topics' started by Trojan1992, Aug 7, 2019.
Now they have to Fedex a new odometer statement.
hahah lol. Well you got a free CF mirror caps out of it
Now the warning bells are going off on servicing this car. I can see his mistake, Toyota does not have much in the way of configurable gauges ( My RS3 can make you go crazy with the options) but this is an official document so you would think actually knowing how to pull up odometer would be mandatory learning.
I wonder if BMW can service this
The process is vastly superior --- I never left my house when I bought my Model X except for delivery day.
Tesla has its strengths but my Model 90 was a beta test platform, Tesla uses the word " updates" in substitution to recall. Service has been very, very spotty. But it is an excellent appliance car.
What a bunch of dumbasses. It's an odometer statement, part of the official title history, so you'd think they would be sure of the number. Wonder what complicated BMW technology will confuse them next....
You will be pleased to know its a dealer near Richmond. Best of luck to you/us
Oh brother! I hope you told them not to install the Yosemite Sam mud flaps, gun rack, and CB antenna....
Are you kidding that was on my shopping list of " must haves"!!
15 kms including the time the dealer let me go fill it with gas for them.
My buddies white Launch Edition had 7 on it.
I had 5 on delivery. Now at 1100 after a road trip.
Mine had 9 when I first drove it. They had issues with the software. When I picked it up the next day, it had 16 miles on it; 2-3 of it was my first drive in transport mode at speeds under 40mph. I assumed the rest was related to software testing?
Just broke 1,000.
Can you share what your average MPG was while driving it like a civilized human?
I'm getting around 28 right now.