Fix It Again, Tony

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#2

My Stelvio has been back for more recalls in 7 months of ownership than any car I’ve ever owned combined over 10 years.

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#3

Looking forward to buying a $10k low mile Giuilia in a couple of years.

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#4

Better put back double that for repairs and a self-supplied loaner.

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#5

Really? i only had mine serviced once and I guess they did recalls then. I hope…haha. I don’t use cruise control so this can wait til the next oil change. I got free maintenance for my entire lease bc my idiot dealer made several mistakes/lies. Still very happy with the stelvio at 6,000 miles

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#6

whaaaaat. Alfa Romeo in lack of quality control issue?

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#7

I’d say this is lack of quality assurance. It’s systemic.

But then I’m a nerd who’s been in Quality for 20 years :nerd_face:

:bat:

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#8

I’m just going to park it in the living room and admire its delicate beauty.

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#9

Get some Pig Mats.

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#10

laughs in Jaguar

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#11

oh crap I’m driving to vegas from LA this weekend and I planned on using cruise control.

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#12

Hope you’re already on the road and past San Bernardino or are leaving tomorrow

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#13

What kind of loaner do they give you?

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#14

Usually it is a base Stelvio or Giulia, though once they gave me a Fiat 500L which I threw a major fit over because, well, it’s a Fiat 500L…

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#15

Do the loaners breakdown?

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#16

What a second, are you trying to say that loaner cars have loaners too? That’s allot of farts

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#17

In a word: yes. My Dad had a Stelvio loaner when his was in and it died in his driveway.

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#18

So what you’re saying is that there’s allot of cars out there being farted in, it’s an endless cycle of cars and farts

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#19

Not sure if I want to laugh or smh in disbelief. I got close to getting in an Alfa…

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#20

But when the whole door pulled off in your hand it scared you away?

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