Monday, April 22, 2024

Tata Nexon EV Owner Scared As He Find ‘Do Not Dispatch’ Sticker Inside Bonnet Of 7 Day Old Car

Tata Nexon EV Owner Scared As He Find ‘Do Not Dispatch’ Sticker Inside Bonnet Of 7 Day Old Car

A new automobile is a huge accomplishment for any family. Some automobile owners spend their entire life savings on a new vehicle and would not want anything to go wrong with it. This is something that no new car buyer wants to see. It’s a “Do not dispatch” tag. What would you have done in this situation?

G T, a Twitter user, reported the event. He tagged Tata Motors and claimed that he is appalled and upset after discovering the tag under the hood of his seven-day-old Tata Nexon EV. He inquired as to what he should do.

“Major issue,” warns the flashing green sticker. “Do not send”. There is a date of 21/12/22 as well as a signature, which is most likely the employee who wrote the tag.

In this circumstance, there are two options. Everyone just overlooked the tag and allowed the automobile to be dispatched, where it arrived at the dealership and was assigned to a client. A second possibility is that the car was fixed and rechecked, and the fault noted in the tag was resolved. As a result, it was shipped and delivered to a client. In the second situation, it is very possible that the person in charge of the tag forgot to delete it after fixing the problem.

But how the dealership and even the purchaser missed the tag before taking delivery is beyond comprehension. The dealership does a thorough pre-delivery examination before delivering a vehicle. The sticker located under the hood indicates that the PDI was not performed correctly by the dealership.

Customers must perform the correct PDI.

We have witnessed dealerships deliver damaged autos to clients on several times in the past. Such issues are fairly prevalent, and the only way to avoid them is to do a complete Pre-Delivery Inspection or PDI.

Before taking delivery of any car, PDI is essential. It should be thorough, and every component of the vehicle should be examined, including the production month, which can be determined using the car’s chassis number. Aside from that, the vehicle’s body should be thoroughly scrutinised for flaws and traces of repainting. Customers should also look beneath the hood for evidence of wear and tear, as well as the usage of old components or wire, and contact the dealership with any inquiries.

While the owner of this Tata Nexon EV discovered the tag beneath the hood seven days after purchasing the vehicle, the dealership is unlikely to take any action until an issue arises. The car’s owner will have to wait until there is a problem with the vehicle. Until then, the owner must trust that the fault stated on the tag has been rectified and the automobile is in excellent working order.

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