Wondering how rare good or bad experiences were with the sales team /person for your P8 buying experience.
Wait wait….they “forgot” ???? I’d better go check with mine it expires Jul 20thThis is all very heartening for those of us who had aweful experiences that are in going (6 weeks in and I find out they forgot to order the plates) and I find out by having to actually be cranky at them on the day the dealer plates expire after a week of leaving messages and being promised they will get back to us.
I cannot do mean and cranky so I had one of my wives do it. One is an engineer manager in construction and the other is a teacher. Both are lovely and warm but they can both bring it in ways I cannot
He he at least every time they say we will call you back they do … wait wait that’s service. Sales has called back once in 50 promises?Wait wait….they “forgot” ???? I’d better go check with mine it expires Jul 20th
Maybe cut them some slack….my Service Mgr may just tell me that EVs don’t need license plate
Had a great experience with Alex Blyth at Borton Volvo in Minneapolis. She was very knowledgable about the car and continues to help if I need assistance. Brett in their service department also does a great job.Annapolis Volvo in Annapolis, Maryland. They were still learning about the P8, but were very cooperative once I informed them about the various offers and incentives that I learned about on this forum. The service guy was particularly good about the update and the free $1K in accessories. They told me up front that SiriusXM, VOC, and Apple Carplay would not be ready for a couple of months.