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6 hours ago, BigRedBuster said:

 

So many of these are popping up around here now, and I just marvel at how piss poor their quality control has been. Of the 4 or 5 I've seen up close around town they all have wavy panels for the doors and fenders. It's a lot harder to hide a defect on a big flat panel with no paint, but we get our asses lit up if a vehicle went to a customer looking like some of the things I've seen.

 

Also another reason why you shouldn't by a first year model from any OEM. There's always bandaids and issues that still need fixes.

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8 minutes ago, ZRod said:

Also another reason why you shouldn't by a first year model from any OEM. There's always bandaids and issues that still need fixes.

x1000

 

I'm always amazed at how many people buy the first year of a product, especially something expensive like a car.

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37 minutes ago, ZRod said:

So many of these are popping up around here now, and I just marvel at how piss poor their quality control has been. Of the 4 or 5 I've seen up close around town they all have wavy panels for the doors and fenders. It's a lot harder to hide a defect on a big flat panel with no paint, but we get our asses lit up if a vehicle went to a customer looking like some of the things I've seen.

 

Also another reason why you shouldn't by a first year model from any OEM. There's always bandaids and issues that still need fixes.

Saw one here in Omaha about a week ago.  I personally think they look cool but I would not want one.  But it looks like a Mad Max truck.

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4 hours ago, teachercd said:

Saw one here in Omaha about a week ago.  I personally think they look cool but I would not want one.  But it looks like a Mad Max truck.

I really want to get one for my business for running around town, going to Denver etc. because it looks exactly like something we could’ve built ourselves. But there seems to be too many horror stories about them so far and I don’t think I could trust most of my employees to drive it.

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3 minutes ago, JJ Husker said:

I really want to get one for my business for running around town, going to Denver etc. because it looks exactly like something we could’ve built ourselves. But there seems to be too many horror stories about them so far and I don’t think I could trust most of my employees to drive it.

Just write it off

 

 

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52 minutes ago, teachercd said:

Just write it off

 

 

Haha. I really need to watch that show.

 

Seriously though, you wouldn’t believe the number of people that have told me to buy this or that and just write it off, because I own a business. It doesn’t work that way. You still have to pay for it and it damn well better be a legitimate business expense or you’ll be responsible for income tax on the value of it on top of what you spent for it.  The only “write off” is the money you spent that you no longer have. :lol:

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