Picked it up this morning.
I can't say that the dealer was a Dellboy place as it was more proffessional, but still rather not completely customer oriented. However.
The drive back was great, if a bit nerveracking, not having read the owners manual. I thought I'd got the hang of the cruise control but hadn't. etc.
Got her home and did what I do with all new cars I buy, clean her. I reckon a good wash over and polish shows up what you've really bought, and what you missed when you were looking through rose tinted glssses. OMG, what did I find. The rear offside wheel arch had a dent! It was at least a half inch long and at least 20 thou deep! And THEN there was a stone chip on the grill plastic surround that was at least 1/8 ins. diameter and went deep enough to show the base paint! And the rest - nothing. She's loverly.
There are a couple of things you more knowledgable owners could help me with though. It only came with one electronic "key". Is it possible to get another? Also, on reading the paperwork, there should be a plastic credit card type thing with codes on it which I haven't got. Is there any way of getting a replacement?
Oh yes, and could somebody point me in the right direction to a college or university so that I can take a course on deciphering the owners manual/computer requirements for me to be able to understand how to drive this fantastical machine properly.I was an engineer on a steam ship built in 1926. Two four cylinder, triple expansion steam reciprocating engines. Syphon oiling systems and open crank cases. This I understand. So obviously great help and understanding is needed if I ask seemingly moronic questions.
Oh yes I almost forgot. When washing her I noticed that there was a Guiguira (spelling?) "sticker" just behind the nearside wheel arch, but not on the offside. It didn't look likr there had been one there initially as the paint was perfect. Should there be?
Look forward to replies,