What the people in the industry say…
- Something is seriously wrong. The figures are more than the cost of the car. The only way is if you’re completely rebuilding the car – changing the engine and gearbox and most of the body panels. Otherwise it’s impossible unless Terengganu has been using the cars to haul timber or as oil tankers to smuggle fuel into Thailand
- Surely you have to sign the quotation before accepting service work. Are they signing with their eyes closed? Doesn’t the finance/accounts guy raise a red flag? RM3,500 per month for service? This car must be falling to pieces on a daily basis.
Read Shannon Teoh’s story at The Malaysian Insider