Range Rover Owned In China Returns Vehicle Via Donkey

Derek Kreindler
by Derek Kreindler

Although the destroyed Chinese Lamborghini will forever linger in the minds of car enthusiasts bemused by the antics of spoiled owners, a Range Rover driver decided to take a less apoplectic approach and simply returned his Range Rover by towing it to the dealership with two donkeys.

Dissatisfied after his Rover broke down 6 times in one year (requiring a new engine as well), the unidentified man towed the car (worth $304,604 in China) to the dealer after its 7th breakdown and demanded a refund. The situation was apparently not resolved, but at least it gave the internet something to laugh at on a Wednesday morning.

[Source: TheTycho]

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  • Boston Jeff Boston Jeff on Mar 30, 2011

    I guess demanding satisfaction from brands that cost plenty is the writer's idea of a spoiled owner...these are very expensive products from companies that should understand the concept of "customer delight" or going beyond customers expectations of service...the only spoiled person involved here is the writer who apparently revels in the misery of those that pay outrageous sums only to be ignored by high-end organizations that should know better.