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This is what you get for bad customer service!

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Lol this guy was really mad! Haha
http://www.autoblog.com/2012/04/11/watch-an-angry-customer-intentionally-ram-his-vehicle-into-a-car/
 

BLAZN BOSS

Boss3o2 said:
BLAZN BOSS said:
No loss..........just Nissan's.

Suzuki :p
BOTH!
Long, long ago, when we first put our grubby hands on a driver's license, someone passed on a bit of sage wisdom: in the wrong hands, a car can be more dangerous than any gun. The video after the jump is a keen reminder of this fact. Autoblog reader Vasiliy tells us the individual in the kamikaze SUV seen here allegedly brought his new purchase back to the dealership to have a faulty shock replaced. When the dealer refused to do the work, the man decided to take the issue into his own hands by ramming his Suzuki through the front glass and into multiple Nissan vehicles parked in the showroom.
Still ...........No big loss..........hopefully all foreign cars will end that way.
 
Guys I am going to close this before Rick does. I don't see a bright future for the thread. While it may be something we have all thought about at some time or other when mad, I think we all can agree that violence and endangering the lives of others is not worth a few car parts.
 
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