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Car: 2008 Facelift Model Chrysler 300c, mineral grey
Join Date: Mar 2008
Location: Plymouth, Devon, UK
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Well done John, your efforts seem to have been worthwhile, even if what they offer isn't suitable for everyone, at least they have communicated with you and appear to want to resolve the situation.
My take on the situation is that whilst re-furbed wheels would be better than new wheels corroding again, I feel a little short changed, I don't expect a car of this value to have corroding wheels, and i also, would feel disappointed to have a 12 month old car with refurbed wheels.
IMO, a better option would be to replace the current wheels with replacements that will not corrode, it seems the startech wheels do not have the same problem, and as yet, I am not aware of any SRT Design wheels corroding.
Given what i paid for the car, and that they have admitted the wheels are faulty, I would accept a set of 20" SRT Design wheels, with replacement tyres, this could be cheaper than replacing the standard wheels several times, and i think would be a very good way of appeasing their customers
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