Friday, 24 April 2015

Best car protest ever?!

Ravi Beefnah has plastered his £35,000 Audi A5 with slogans and parked it outside the dealership he bought it from because it uses a litre of oil every time he fills it up.

The Audi A5 is covered in red lettering and has been parked outside the entrance of the dealership in Chelmsford, Essex since February as a warning to other buyers.

Now months later and Mr Beefnah's protest is still there, with the owner claiming that Audi have failed to resolve his long-running complaint about the engine and fix the car.

"You just don't expect problems when buying a brand new car from what is supposed to be a reputable company. I decided that the car's not fit for purpose and I'm not going to be able to drive it so I might as well get some use out of it.

Audi admits there was a problem with some of the engines and has offered to fix cars with the issue free of charge, including Mr Beefnah's.

Before professionally printing the signs onto the Audi, the motorist had the claims reviewed by a solicitor before checking the legality of long-term parking outside the dealership with police.

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