Porsche 911 Lemon Owner Promised Refund/Replacement [w/video] [UPDATE]
We told you yesterday how a Mr. Nick Murray was in the vice grip of Porsche North America surrounding a lemon of a 911. Or as the internet cleverly nicknamed it — the ‘Nine-A-Lemon.’ After months of issues, a few (now viral) videos, and some friendly fans of Nick, he’s finally getting the refund/replacement he deserves. After filing a lemon lawsuit in the state of Connecticut, and making a number of videos, Nick was virtually blown off by Porsche execs. But there is good news to follow up on. PHOTOS: See More of the 2014 Porsche 911 Turbo S Updating his latest video with the caption, “Porsche have contacted me and will be refunding my money or replacing the car. So good news! I will do a video update shortly.” We’ll stay updated with this story as Nick said he will add another video. Watch his previous video explaining the whole ordeal below:
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According to one of our readers who has been experiencing similar problems with Porsche North America, on a phone call with Porsche North America this morning, he learned that at least one official involved in the 'Nine-A-Lemon' viral video case has been fired, is "no longer involved" in dealing with public relations matters.
No further details were give, but apparently Porsche headquarters in Germany is "not happy."
[UPDATE 8:05 PM]
Porsche officials have confirmed that "the rumor that anyone has been terminated in our customer care department is absolutely untrue."