Purchased a lemon which is not the fault of the dealership it is the fault of the manufacture however the dealership does have the option of doing the right thing and helping their consumer out of an unsafe and unreliable vehicle and into one that they can count on. Wolfchase has chosen to wash their hands of me after the sale and tell me "this is my problem"
1/19/2013 – Purchased new
4/11/2013 – Broke down required a tow truck to get to the dealership
4/17/2013 – Picked up after Service (electrical issue)
6/14/2013 – Gages acting erratically, stalling while idling
6/17/2013 – Picked up after Service (electrical issue)
10/1/2013 – Interior and Exterior lights dimming and brightening and AC fan blowing strong then weak
10/3/2013 – Told ready for pick up, when I arrived after returning my rental and being dropped off it was still doing the same and they had to keep it
10/7/2013 – Picked up after service (electrical issue)
03/6/2014 – Navigation screen went black all audio stopped
3/20/2014 – Picked up after service (electrical issue)
7/10/2014 - Back in the shop yet again because the Navigation screen went black again
Throughout this entire ordeal I have repeatedly asked Wolfchase if they would allow me to trade this defective journey, asking that they give me what I owe for it so as I would not have to come out of pocket any additional cash. The first time I asked was in June only 6 months after the purchase. I've asked three times total if there is anything they are willing to do to work with me in getting out of this unsafe and unreliable car. Each time they said sure you can trade it in but we will only give you roughly $7,000 less than what I owe. Wolfchase has been absolutely no help they haven't even feigned sympathy.