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  1. #21
    to the brink na ung toyota noon, e nagclick ang fotuner kasi walang kasabayan....ngayon, naglabasan na, kaya madami na nagpupull-out...

    di ba sila naalarma? o sa dearship/agent nalang ung reports ng pull-out?

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    #22
    pull out mo na lang downpayment and wait for another promo...
    kung binawi mo ang deal mo ..

    may cut ba sa downpayment mo ?

    if ever, may cut ilan percent naman kaya?

  3. #23
    yun ang sinasabi ko.. sa ref nga kinukuhaan ako ng 2%! deym... kung gagawin nila sayo yun, aba wag kang papayag...buo mo inabot, kulang pagbalik..anu yan lokohan???

    teka saan dealership ba yan, tanda mo pa ung agent?, ma-personal block-list na....

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    #24
    Quote Originally Posted by kinyo View Post
    hindi pa pala nagbabago ang toyota mula nung nagsamantala sila sa fortuner

    maswerte nga sila di gaano iyong backlash ng problema nila re: their "choking" d4d engines; so much unlike the stinging criticism and whiplash honda experienced, and is still experiencing, w/ the bulutong fiasco of the fd's. kulang pa siguro ang ingay ng mga buyers noong problem engines na iyon kaya di pa nadadala

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    #25
    Try talking to the sales manager. Explain to him or her that you paid the down payment within the promo period. Your receipt is proof. Show her that you were promised free comprehensive insurance. Try to get a copy of the newspaper ad that toyota had free insurance. Insist that the deal was consumated on the day you paid the down payment. The fact that they did not have a car is not your fault. Its their problem. Since the promo was good until Sept 30, does it mean that if you paid on Sept 30 you will not get the free insurance bec I highly doublt that they can give you the car on that day. This is pure BS.

    If this is not enough tell them that you will bring it up with DTI and you have friends in the press. Don't worry, you are not lying and will not go to hell. This forum is a form of press.

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    #26
    I'm sure not sure if the fact that you didnt pay them in full last Sept (or within the promo period) might have affected your eligibility or entitlement of the promo (ie. insurance). For example, consumating the sale through full payment within the promo period is very important for eligibility in their raffle draw accdg to the mechanics. I'm not sure about the insurance, though.

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    #27
    Quote Originally Posted by AMG View Post
    hi,

    i work for a toyota dealer. sori pero wala na talaga ang free comprehensive insurance sa vios 1.5 dis month. if u can wait try next month or try another dealer baka my sept stock pa sila na pwd ma free ang insurance.
    His point is that they were promised that are unit will be available in 2-3 days which the said dealer did not deliver. He is not inquiring whether there is still a promo or not. The dealer should honor the agreement since he maid the downpayment / reservation fee during the promo period.

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    #28
    Quote Originally Posted by AMG View Post
    usually mag promise kami kung may allocation pa kami sa planta pro depende na nayan sa planta kung bibigya nila kami cguro hindi na bigyan. cguro din nag assume yong agent na mag xtend ang promo. nag xtend nga pro d kasali ang vios. wala na talaga ma gawa ang agent nyan kasin strick yong planta sa uniform pricing and discounting. maganda gawin dyan mag hintay sa next na promo or call other dealership kung maka bigay pa sila nang free insurance.
    You are defending a lost cause here. You should not include the customer in your problem's with the factory.

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    #29
    Quote Originally Posted by number001 View Post
    I'm sure not sure if the fact that you didnt pay them in full last Sept (or within the promo period) might have affected your eligibility or entitlement of the promo (ie. insurance). For example, consumating the sale through full payment within the promo period is very important for eligibility in their raffle draw accdg to the mechanics. I'm not sure about the insurance, though.
    Why will he pay for a unit that has not been delivered?

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    #30
    Quote Originally Posted by Walter View Post
    Why will he pay for a unit that has not been delivered?
    Its really upto the buyer, esp if they really want to avail of the promo. If the buyer paid in full last Sept. then the dealer will have no other recourse (or excuses) to not offer the free insurance esp. since the contract of sale has been perfected (whether it is either an absolute or a conditional kind of contract of sale). And whether or not, the thing (car) has been delivered or not has no bearing of whether it should be eligible for free insurance bec. the contract has been perfected and besides that, the dealer is already in delay.

    Regarding the issue of downpayment, the dealer may consider it as an "option" money meaning the money paid as downpayment is considered for the option contract, the application to a sale which has not yet been perfected. In this case, they can say there was no perfection of contract and they are not obliged to offer free insurance.

    On the other hand, if the downpayment was considered as "earnest" money then the buyer is eligible for free insurance since such payment is given when there is a sale and the contract is perfected.

    On the two scenarios above, it would depend alot on what the agreements bet. the parties are.

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