A 2002 Lexus In Northborough's court
September 20, 2018
My car's a 2002, so I call it the presentless persistince of refabrication. If this were anytime back in the first decade of my car's life, there would be new radio blocks to draw on when yours breaks. Now, it took me a total of 4 Pioneer/Levinson units to find one (the 2nd of 2) that was working as of swappiing my original out. The earlier ones seem to flip out in transit, telling me "buy a Appleplay/1 disc/nav system". Unfortunately, that would be the only thing more insane than dollars for the stock radio..wiriing harness from 3rd party, all the labor. Man, I feel crazy having even getting a rebuilt, and the first one in at this shop failed as soon as the car was given back to me. Joel, Gen. Mgr., was polite and empathetic=though I wish they had in house aftermarket radios..it took about 10 days and two trips, but an automotive anachronism (who has cassette tapes?!) as it is, I'm quite glad that I got whie I wait/drive by anytime service (don't assume you wil), and they asked me if I wanted luxury "pick up and drop off"...no, I can still walk to the curb! Very comfy dealership, showing that they're out to make you feel as well treated as possible (so you'll feel the rather high level of service is matched by the rather lofty rates on some repairs-you do get what you pay for here)!