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11-10-2019 06:52 PM
SCue37
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You should be fine with any Lamborghini dealer. I would be somewhat careful dealing with a dealer that is connected to the car or buyer, just because there can be some influence on the results of the PPI. Good luck!
I believe if this were the case, and the authorized dealer engaged in such tactics, that would be a fairly clear case of fraudulent inducement. If any dealer is that stupid......
11-07-2019 03:35 PM
Bruce 94VT That’s a good reason for some concern.
11-07-2019 03:32 PM
[email protected] You should be fine with any Lamborghini dealer. I would be somewhat careful dealing with a dealer that is connected to the car or buyer, just because there can be some influence on the results of the PPI. Good luck!
11-06-2019 02:02 PM
Bruce 94VT Better to spend money and find out it is rubbish than to not spend and buy the car that is rubbish. Once you purchase and it has problems, you will be up for a lot more money in repairs.
11-06-2019 01:59 PM
Bruce 94VT All checks are comfort for you.
11-05-2019 01:15 PM
ajpeters If the car is being serviced by the dealer and you have a set of complete maintenance records, I would review the records for abuse, and dealer recommendations Get the PPI for peace of mind.
11-04-2019 06:50 PM
fabo Why not get both? Its a small outlay fora big investment
11-04-2019 03:45 PM
ULTIMATEPD I would use the dealer in your situation. Most indecent PPI inspections will not know what to look for if they are not a Lamborghini specialist. They will do the usual, paint, body, suspension wear etc etc.

Apart from the regular stuff that goes into a PPI tell the dealer to give you more insight on the following

- How many times launch control has been used
- Documented service his by Lamborghini
- If the car has mag ride, check all the 4 shock for light misting on mar ride fluid on the shock body
- Excessive ticking noise at idle from the injectors. Some cars had this issue and the rail and injectors had to be replaced.
11-04-2019 09:07 AM
Jason B Third party And itís always better that way for no conflict of interest
11-04-2019 06:39 AM
Gh0st0 Is there certain PPI standards or guidelines that are followed as compared to Porsche which basically has a checklist for ppi’s
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