Previously, we reported about the incident where a C8 Corvette utilizing a courtesy delivery could not reach its rightful owner. There were issues of miscommunications with the dealership who handled the delivery. Right now, we are happy to announce a resolution to the case.
James Lapeyrouse, the guy who first mentioned this scandal, posted on Facebook (via the group C8 CorvetteOwners And Friends) that his friend, Renee, was finally able to get her car.
In his “gratitude post,” he mentioned that Sterling McCall Chevrolet, Texas–the one who received the 2020 C8 Corvette from a dealership in California through courtesy delivery–amended the errors they made. Specifically, the initial complaint is that the Texas dealership did not deliver the C8 Corvette to Renee. Instead, they sold it to someone else.
There are several Facebook posts from the page of Sterling McCall Chevrolet advertising the said vehicle. And the worst part of this matter is that it got sold.
We are not sure how the involved parties solved this matter. But apparently, Sterling McCall Chevrolet Darell Thompson went the “extra mile to take care to right a wrong.”
Read the entire text of James Lapeyrouse below!
“Kudos to Darrell Thompson, GM of Sterling McCall Chevrolet, for going the extra mile to take care to right a wrong.
In the end, Sterling McCall Chevrolet listened to the issues Renee had, was fully accountable for the “perfect storm” mixup, and ultimately took care of Renee above & beyond what we asked for. She picked her car up Wednesday, Dec 23rd, and promptly named her C8 “Scandal!”
Thanks again for everyone’s input and support!
Happy Holidays & Happy New Year!”
We are pleased they sorted this error out. Despite 2020 being a terrible year, the little wonders like this can make us feel hopeful!
To Renee, Chevy Dude wishes you well with your new C8. Have fun, and enjoy your beautiful car!