No, mine's a wvwzzz1Kz6 - the parts guy wanted to know this, when I bought a touch up paint, and mentioned it meant the model year.
If you are not happy complain to the dealership and see what you can get out of them. A free first service would be a nice gesture in my book.Yes, i have all the auto wipers etc, just makes you a bit annoyed to find what i have been decribed and bought is not what i got, i know that there is only minor changes but the is besides the point.
No, the 5 & 6 refer to model year.
No. Warranty is based on first registration date for the car. If a dealer has a car unregistered for say six months it will still have 3 years from when it is first registered.
The warranty starts when the car leaves the first franchised dealer who sold it, this pretty much always coincides with the date of first registration and is rarely a problem for UK supplied cars. If you buy an imported car, things can get interesting. Firstly the car will have only two years warranty to start with and secondly the UK importer may have had the car in stock for a long period of time, perhaps as much as year, with the warranty ticking away because it started on the day it left the supplying franchised dealer, wherever he may be. Your imported car may therfor have only 18 months warranty on it.
Correct, as long as he is the first franchised dealer to sell the car following it being delivered from the factory.No. Warranty is based on first registration date for the car. If a dealer has a car unregistered for say six months it will still have 3 years from when it is first registered.