Because he is using the pic....it is Bullitt 94 in AL..unless he is importing it. I have the vin in the database.jainser said:
You are correct that the warranty is only valid in the US and Canada, and Sirius is only available in the continental US.RCSignals said:the statement in that advertisement
"The vehicle comes with the full factory limited warranty bumper to bumper coverage for 3 years or 36,000 miles. The Bullit also has 5 years or 60,000 miles powertrain warranty and roadside assistance."
has me wondering.
The warranties I've read usually states it's valid in the US and Canada. Would this warranty be extended to the UK?
Is Sirius satellite radio service available in the UK? I had heard it wasn't.
The fact that he is using photos that he swiped has me thinking that he may not have possession of the car just yet. At least in the UK. And it doesn't appear to have the side marker lamps as required by their safety regs.:exclaim: My guess is that he is trying to flip it before it becomes a liability.RCSignals said:yes he hid the Bullitt number but not the VIN. the dummy.
Kind of peeves me that there is one IN England for sale, and I don't have mine that I ordered in October. Just doesn't seem right.
Depending on the location of the satellites and the signal strength you could theoretically pick up satellite radio service in places other than the US and Canada.Five Oh B said:You are correct that the warranty is only valid in the US and Canada, and Sirius is only available in the continental US.
While you may be right, our literature says that SIRIUS satellite radio is not available in Alaska or Hawaii, just the other 48 states. Sounds like Canada gets it, too?Martimus said:Depending on the location of the satellites and the signal strength you could theoretically pick up satellite radio service in places other than the US and Canada.
I've spent many a weekend cruising around the Mexican state of Sonora in my truck with the XM radio cranked up... :grin: