I decided it was time to upgrade to your latest 2013 Model 8, although my old car the sporty Model XP7 I like so much is still running and serving me well. However, it has become a bit small for our family needs.
The retailer told me that Model 8 is what I need as you do no longer produce Model XP7, so I bought it and I have to tell you I am really disappointed.
Where should I start?
The Start button on Model XP7 was exactly what I needed. I sat down behind the wheel, pressed the Start and was instantly ready to go. Now you have added functions to it on Model 8 and made it bigger, I don't like it. You must bring the old button to start the engine back.
I was completely happy with the music and entertainment system on my old Model XP7. It played my mp3s when I plugged iPad in. Now on Model 8 the whole media system is made to look and feel new and different, I should now use it from touch screen interface but when I'm driving I must use the buttons on the steering wheel instead. Of course all the functions are easily done also this way but I hate the idea that you made this also for touch screen lovers. Not good, change it back.
The outer looks and design are also not so eye pleasing, I liked my old Model XP7 more. Why did you change it?
As you can see from the above opinions, I am an expert in the field of cars and if I say nobody likes this new car of yours it must for sure be a fact. What right do you have to no longer make the Model XP7 which I love so much? If I do not like the new Model 8, nobody does! I am The Authority here!
I know that if I am not happy with your cars I can always drive Lixus Kubu or Orange yZac. You are not forcing me to drive a ChrylslerBezToyota, but I want to have ChryslerBenzToyota so I'm warning you: You must never create new models of your cars, you must discard all changes and bring my old XP7 back to market, or I will see nobody buys a car from you again. What kind of idiots you are, anyway, for creating something new. We consumers do not want changes, everything must stay as it is.
Yours, The Expert