wrxtrme: "OK, obviously you have never seen what happens when a customer leaves in a brand new car and has to tow it back to the dealer. That is a very unhappy person."
yeah well if im not mistaken, didnt u say u were a dodge tech? we're talking about subarus here. i doubt there are that many wrx's that break down to the point they need towing immediately after leaving the lot.
i also find it unlikely that your friend the subaru tech is instructed to break traffic laws on a regular basis as part of his job. what happens if he gets pulled over or wrecks?
maybe the break in period isnt necessary, i cant argue that. however, it is mentioned in the manual and therefore after payin $25k i think the consumer deserves the right to make that decision. theres no one here who would buy a car with 80 miles over an identical car with only 2.
it is simply disrespectful. u wouldnt borrow a friends car and redline it, and the reason you wouldnt has nothing to do with risking damage to the car.
as far as reporting him to anyone, i dont think anyone should go that far. hes caught enough **** from his post on here already and he doesnt even work for subaru. you gotta watch out for mechanics and car salesmen....most are about as trustworthy as your average cops, lawyers, and politicians.