<blockquote><font size="1" face="Verdana, Helvetica, sans-serif">quote:<hr /><font size="1" face="Verdana, Helvetica, sans-serif">Originally posted by LaTiNo156:
<strong>Jomor, you know what's funny? You had the MOST and WORST problems with your car, and you still are NOT strongly recommending someone else NOT to buy a 147! That's what an Alfa does with you when it gets inside your hart
</strong><hr /></blockquote><font size="1" face="Verdana, Helvetica, sans-serif">My bella gave me more bad times than joy since now, but i m fighting against this.
I love my car but I hate the work AR Italy and AR Greece are doing. The car has an almost perfect design, but has a very bad implementation. The parts quality sucks, and the customer support is absolutely absent (at least in Greece). Maybe i am very unlucky, the Murphy's Law should be called Jomor's Law, but if won't get a year free of problems, i dont think i ll try my beloved Alfa for a next car. I can accept my 147 having the worst problems, i cant accept being treated like a moron from the morons (dealer employees that is) and not fixing them unless the warranty expires.
Those AR heads, do not deserve to work in AR, if they are willing to cut warranty expenses behind our back, thats their boomerang problem, not mine. They are incapable of leading a huge company like this, they need someone who knows his job to guide them, like VW did to Skoda and Seat (not implying Seat or Skoda are perfect, just comparing with 15 years ago).
I say buy an Alfa, its a fine car, but find a decent dealer first. Unless you are rich and dont give a shιt. You know what? thats the problem. Its just a matter of money. If you are not above average salary, dont get an Alfa, cause you cant afford paying wishbones, shocks, variators, manifolds, steering wheel pumps at 40k or 50k kms (i changed many of them since 15k, i cant afford such car out of warranty)
And me beign unlucky, doesnt mean that everybody else will.