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Old 18-12-17, 06:48 PM   #1
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Well after weeks of it been in the garage and no sign of a fix from Peugeot technical in France I have finally rejected my car for a full refund, not willing to risk another one, lost all faith in Peugeotís lack of quality and support.
I know there are lots of you out there with no problems and you are lucky to have a fault free vehicle.
Back to the drawing board now what to choose next ??
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You could try a Citroen
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I think you've been extremely unlucky but totally understand why you wouldn't go there again. Just remember that people reject cars from all brands - my mate has recently rejected his Scirocco - all sorts of issues! This one was built in Spain - his earlier 2010 model was built in Germany and he didn't have a single issue with that one!
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Well after weeks of it been in the garage and no sign of a fix from Peugeot technical in France I have finally rejected my car for a full refund, not willing to risk another one, lost all faith in Peugeotís lack of quality and support.
I know there are lots of you out there with no problems and you are lucky to have a fault free vehicle.
Back to the drawing board now what to choose next ??
Maybe the DS7 Crossover?
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Maybe the DS7 Crossover?
Way to overpriced for what it is

Try a 308 GTI 270
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TBH this has soured my thoughts on PSA my first and last experience Iím afraid, mainly down to the lack of customer care / service / knowledge
Especially the supplying dealer who has been the worst I have ever experienced and would never use them or recommend them to even my worst enemy !!!
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There's always the Kia Sportage.

Lots of people on the Kia forum raving about it.
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There's always the Kia Sportage.

Lots of people on the Kia forum raving about it.
The MPG though is nothing special and the petrol ones are pretty poor, this was my first choice till I saw the 3008.
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Might look at the new XC40 or Mercedes GLA / GLC
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Might look at the new XC40 or Mercedes GLA / GLC
Quite expensive but I agree with you : XC40, GLA (the GLC is massive!) or even X1 from BMW !
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