Deepl indeed in my opinion is the most powerful translating program. There is an app as well.Thank you for the deepl link, didn't know that.
IT'S AWESOME! I used google translate a lot, but with mediocre results. deepl seems to be much more refined and mostly catches fine language aspects very well.
If you have a 2022 registered car, perhaps in the future this will be worth more as it will be far more unique than 2023 registered vehicles - perhaps even a collectible.Now I'm thinking of registering the car in January 2023, it would then clearly be a model of the next year. 1 week wait more would not matter in the end. What do you think?
The intended dealer in Berlin does not want to work with Ineos now after all, so no dealer in the region at all at the moment. Ineos called me yesterday and told me that, they are looking for a new one. So I have to pick up my new car in Leibzig, 230km away. They would also deliver the car to the front door, but I don't want that, I'd rather pick it up.
My date of manufacture was also mentioned, November 19. Then 4 weeks until delivery, they said, with a little luck it would be there for Christmas.
Now I'm thinking of registering the car in January 2023, it would then clearly be a model of the next year. 1 week wait more would not matter in the end. What do you think?
The good news was that my changed configuration was in their data base and will be shown in my account when thy offer the contract - soon they told me. Hope so.
General lack of / lost interest ?!so the second one is gone. It would be nice to hear about the reasons for this.
I can imagin some reasons for canceling the relationship with Ineos.
Any other suggestion?
- The dealer has the feeling that they will get a lot of trouble with customers after the selling starts. Furthermore they do not feel confident that Ineos will be a reliable partner in solving those problems together with them.
- The dealers think they do not get enough money for their effortsand the risk they are taking.
Yes, Riller & Schnauck.Was that Riller & Schnauck?
Want to update the GRUNT.
In Australia, the market tends to operate on the year the vehicle was build, the model year of the vehicle, but also the year that the car was first registered. All three can have quite an impact on the value of the vehicle - depending on who you are talking to.Wouldn't it just go off chassis number?