Published: Thursday 13 July, 2017

Toyota Fairview ‘Anomaly’: SUV for Servicing Used for Driving Practice by Staff

A viral Facebook post has accused Toyota Fairview of irregularity after a Fortuner ended up with more damage. A video recorded by the Toyota Fortuner’s dashcam showed that the SUV was even used for ‘driving practice’ by members of the service staff.

Toyota Fairview

A complaint against Toyota Fairview posted on Facebook has gone viral. (Google photo)

According to the Facebook post, the Toyota Fortuner was brought to Toyota Fairview for servicing. What would have been just a four-day service took more than 20 days to the disappointment of its owner. And when the vehicle was released, they found more damage to the vehicle than when it was brought it.

“MINIMAL DAMAGE LANG NAMAN IPINAPAGAWA KO! YUNG USAPANG 4days LANG MAKUKUHA KO NA SASAKYAN KO, PERO PURO PALUSOT SILA KESYO PINAPAGANDA PA DAW SASAKYAN KO KAYA UMABOT NG 24calendar DAYS BAGO NAIBALIK SAKIN!!!!!”

The complainant also added that the SUV had a full tank of gas when they brought it in. However, 24 days later, the tank was half-empty even though it was supposed to be at the casa just for servicing.

Fortunately, they were able to retrieve video from the car’s dashcam and were surprised by what they saw: their SUV was being used by some employees to train other staff to drive an automatic transmission vehicle!

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