Transporter delivery is always an extra whoever you deal with, you pay for delivery to the showroom in with the price. PhilHi Pekem.
The amount i've paid for the car, I would have thought that this would have been all part of the cost/service. It's a big turn off to think of someone driving my car for over 200 miles and messing with all the settings.
It's like someone reading your newspaper you've paid for before you.... and also taking pages out...
Or am I getting carried away.
I'd agree with you Pekem, having a decent 200 mile run back from collecting a new car gives you a lot of opportunity to understand the car and all the toys. I did a 200 mile journey 2 days after collecting mine and it was quite a learning experienceIs it totally out of the question of picking it up yourself, it would be a splendid experience ?
As a general rule, we don't charge for delivery on new or used cars. It's all part of the service I agree with Pekem though. Nothing beats a dealership handoverTransporter delivery is always an extra whoever you deal with, you pay for delivery to the showroom in with the price. Phil
I can see the prospect of a hefty charge for this, but does it have to be so? At least the delivery driver has a vehicle to get back, whereas if he's driving the XF presumably he'll need a train ticket. So, for the supplying dealer, even taking account of the delivery truck running cost (not just fuel etc.), maybe there's not so much in it?Of course you can ask the dealer and I am sure they could arrange it but at what cost ?