960 John R Rice Blvd, Murfreesboro, TN 37129, USA
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A decision was made on my 2016 Corvette Stingray with 5000 miles the transmission went out the dealership took it on their own just to rebuild it I requested to have a new one put in because the Corvette was new when I involve the warranty department of General Motors they decided to let them go ahead and rebuild it and telling me the customer one thing and telling the dealership another because it's a new Corvette they said they didn't put in a new transmission because of Corvette is new I've been without a vehicle for almost 3 weeks this is totally unacceptable and this is a woman that is highest person in the department of General Motors in warranty department She insinuated that the service manager of the dealership in Murfreesboro Tennessee convince her that this was the best way to go now I don't know about you but how could this be How could a car dealership tell the warranty department what to do. The senior warranty Department lady Rita put in for a request for a new transmission and it got shot down by the person over her stating that because it's a new Corvette with 5000 miles it's cheaper to rebuild it now it shouldn't take 3 weeks or longer to rebuild a transmission but then again here I am without a vehicle and again I still have 5 years worth of payments on this vehicle buyers beware the warranty ain't worth the paper it's written on. I have been lied to I have been coalhurst I have been made Believe and all again now when I get my vehicle back it will junk

Product or Service Mentioned: General Motors Car Warranty.

Reason of review: Bad quality.

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That is one long sentence. You're going to need to employ punctuation and other grammatical lovelies if you really expect me to read this.