A couple posts ago I ranted about my car issues, and told you I was writing a letter to the top three people at Suzuki. Well, the letters were received. I also called customer service because they wouldn’t cover a rental car due to the fact that the powertrain warranty covered the engine. Well, a representative called me today and said they would cover the rental. Too little too late: I called the extended warranty company earlier this week and was told they would cover the rental. Back to the Suzuki rep today. I told her I thought the car was a lemon and the whole car should be replaced–today they were still taking apart the engine to diagnose the problem! So, customer service rep Heather said Suzuki would offer to make one car payment for me. But I told her that I wasn’t asking for a new car just to get a new car; I’m concerned that this car is defective and that after this, there will just be another problem and it will be back in the shop every few months. So now they’re offering to make two months worth of car payments. That to me is an admission of guilt. I said I would think about it. If they don’t give me a replacement, I at least want a lifetime warranty for ANY repairs–and three months of car payments. What do you think I should do? Just take the money and run or ask for more. Tweet me at @SamiLiebman and let me know what you think.