Steven Hamilton, 33, from Birmingham, bought three cars from the dealership
He claims he had to make a stand against poor customer service of staff there
He left his broken Range Rover on their doorstep, 'wrapped' in complaints to warn people of their appalling customer service.
Published: 05:43 EDT, 20 July 2018 | Updated: 11:00 EDT, 20 July 2018
A ten-year-long customer at a car dealership left his broken Range Rover in front of dealership after a long running feud over repairs and customer service.
Steven Hamilton, 33, from Aldrige, Birmingham, 'wrapped' the vehicle in allegations to warn people of what he described as poor customer service.
He bought three cars from the dealership 18 months ago, costing around £237,000, one for himself and one for his father-in-law and fiance, after previously buying ten cars from the showroom over ten years.
Steven Hamilton, 33, from Aldrige, Birmingham, was unhappy with the customer service at the dealership
Steven, who owns an events company, decided to host a protest outside the dealership
But Steven, who has spent over £700,000 at the dealership, now says he has no other choice but to make a stand against the customer service from staff at the Birmingham dealership.
He parked one of his other Range Rover Vogue cars outside the dealership on the verge next to the road, risking a fine or even having his car towed.
He alleges that after seven weeks of the dealership keeping his car in to fix its broken gearbox and suspension, they have refused to give him a deadline for the work to be completed.
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