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AS suggested by ardvarkus I am going to write a letter to fax to my sales person and sales manager, to verify that I DO NOT want any accessories on my B/E Tour/Navi X. Which has a build date of April 10th. Can someone write me a quick letter, my girl is cutting a tooth, havent gotten much sleep. I would fill in th names etc


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I emailed the dealer, got a mail receipt confirmation. Brought a hard copy with me when I went to pick up the car. Never need to show that to them. The dealer just honored my request....NO ACCESSORIES!
 

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Hey War-

Thought you were pulling my leg...

There are a zillion ways to voice this- I don't know what your relationship is with the dealer/rep, so this might be too 'stiff'. (Your mileage may vary...)

Dear ___;

This letter shall serve to confirm our telephone discussion of March ___, 2002. During our conversation, we discussed my desire to eliminate all additional-cost accessories on my purchase of an 2002 Acura MDX, Model 18_. At that time, you agreed that __[dealername]___Acura would not supply or install any options.

If there are any issues with this understanding, please let me know immediately. I will assume that my MDX will therefore be delivered for a total cost of _____ plus tax, title and documentation fees. Any options installed in contradiction to this agreeement would therefore be at no charge to me.

Thank you for your time and attention in this matter. I look forward to purchasing my new vehicle from ___acura. Should you have any questions, I can be reached at _____.

regards,

Warzau
 

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ardvarkus said:
Hey War-

Thought you were pulling my leg...


Heh, no I was serious :), anyway what model # would it be if it is a Touring, Navi?
 

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HEY don't leave anything to THEM!!

I added the stuff in <i> ITALICS </i> to tie their hand even more!
Don't ever let would can/should be an exact amount go unstated/uncalculate. This is VERY basic negotiating point, if you can write down something exact & justify as to how arrived, you win!

ardvarkus said:

Dear ___;

This letter shall serve to confirm our telephone discussion of March ___, 2002. During our conversation, we discussed my desire to eliminate all additional-cost accessories on my purchase of an 2002 Acura MDX, Model 18_. At that time, you agreed that __[dealername]___Acura would not supply or install any options.

If there are any issues with this understanding, please let me know immediately. I will assume that my MDX will therefore be delivered for a total cost of _____ plus tax of <i> EXACT PERCENTAGE IN YOUR LOCATION </i> , title <i>EXACT FEE IN YOUR LOCATION </i> and documentation fees <i>EXACT AMOUNT IN YOUR LOCATION ( In Illinios there is an allowable maximum, but they DON'T have to collect it)</i> . Any options installed in contradiction to this agreeement would therefore be at no charge to me.

Thank you for your time and attention in this matter. I look forward to purchasing my new vehicle from ___acura. Should you have any questions, I can be reached at _____.

regards,

Warzau
 

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Well I hate to sound like a lawyer all the time, but.......

The Statute of Frauds requires that any sale of goods over $500 requires the agreement to be in writiing and and signed by the person who you seek to enforce against. Therefore you MUST add an agreed to and signed by line at the bottom of your letter.

Just my 0.02!
 
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