Hi guys, got a bit of a dilemma here. Brief events are like this: bought my Vectra in September 6 months old, 05 54 plate, 12,000 miles, when I got it it had no car pass, spare key, incorrect service book, etc.
Chased up my salesman on noticing this, and later was posted my original spare key acquired from previous owner, my proper car pass, and a "made up" car pass entitled "security information" but containing only the same info as my car pass, anyway, still no service book.
Today went to my dealer for a fault with a bulb blowing, and asked for my salesman regarding my service book, to be told he didnt work there any longer, and had another salesman deal with my problem, on explaining my lack of service book, he went away, came back and went out to a 05 05 Vectra for sale on their forecourt, removed the service book from it and gave it to me.
Needless to say, none of the service stuff, or vehicle info, etc. had been filled in, only the original owner stamp (security company, whereas mine was owned by a hire car co), and supplying dealer stamp and date of registration (Camden Motors, 8 March 05), obviously had my car been march reg'd it'd be a 05 and not a 54.
My dilemma is this: will my warranty be affected, despite the fact I still have a service book of some sorts, my car has been maintained as per vauxhall guidelines and hasnt missed a service yet (first ever service not due yet), ??? secondly, will my cars service history and resale value be affected by this??? and thirdly, should I take this any further e.g. vauxhall themselves, or be grateful I now have a book, despite feeling sorry for someone who will now find themself in my position of no book on buying that car.
btw, dealer is Arnold Clark in Paisley, no doubt some other members will appreciate why I've had this problem when they hear thats who my dealer is.