Can a certified Volvo be sold with "dings" and other imperfections?

Discussion in 'General Motoring' started by Tim, Jun 13, 2004.

  1. Tim

    Tim Guest


    Can a certified Volvo be sold with "dings" and other imperfections?

    According to the Volvo Certified Comprehensive Inspection Report,
    under the "Body Panels" section is the following:

    "Inspect for damage, dings, dents, alignment, mismatched paint and
    overall paint condition (clear coat)"

    The problem I am having is that there is no indication as to what is
    to be done if there are defects. Any thoughts?

    Volvo Certified Comprehensive Inspection Report URL :
    Tim, Jun 13, 2004
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    G Klein Guest

    It all depends on the selling dealer & how bad the damage is you would have
    to take this up with the salesperson you are dealing with the dealer I work
    for will only sell Volvos that are less then 5 Years old the dealer wants to
    get the car in & have the service shop go over the car & if Necessary repair
    any minor dings or body damage that is found on the car @ the least expense
    to the dealership

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    G Klein, Jun 13, 2004
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