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Anyone bought a car from them (especially recently) ?
Just wanna know what they're like and what their after-sales service is like before I deal with them.
The car I bought turned out to have worn winter tyres on it, they looked like good tyres, but failed WOF.
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The winter/snow tyres are quite common on japanese imports. Since Japan is a snowy country in winter.
If the WOF inspection finds that one of them are worn (minimum 4 MM) , then the dealer must replace all 4 , it has to be in full sets.
But..if all of them are at minimum or above , then the dealer has no responsibility.
I didn't trust their WOF tester, so I got it tested at VTNZ after I purchased it, all came back good but a warning on the front tyres which were 4MM they told me.
I did purchase it from them , since when I wrote my original post I already made the deposit.
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