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Customer crashes his brand new car live at the dealership

That's what you might call a bad day

1y ago
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When you pick up a brand new car at the dealership, you're usually very excited and have a great time. You replace your old vehicle that has been faithful to you for many years with a fresh and beautiful one. Everything is then set up so that the customer is happy.

The employees welcome you warmly and the car is carefully prepared so that you don't forget this moment. This is even more true in some countries like India where buying a brand new car is seen as the achievement of a lifetime. A form of euphoria overwhelms the new owners and they become particularly excited.

But sometimes the excitement can give way to overconfidence, which is extremely dangerous when driving a new vehicle. This customer who came to pick up his Kia Carnival learned this the hard way. He crashed his car into a wall just outside the dealership building.

The unfortunate incident was filmed live. The two occupants of the vehicle were unharmed. The driver most likely confused the throttle and brake on the automatic minivan. Even though this is not a supercar, it still makes us feel bad, especially since the Carnival is a high-end vehicle that very few Indians can afford.

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Comments (44)

  • But how

      1 year ago
    • Definitely confused the accelerator and brake pedals.

        1 year ago
    • He's used to manuals and this is probably his first automatic 🧐

        1 year ago
  • What’s happening to Indians. First the polo, now the carnival

      1 year ago
  • Brake is in the same place in both manuals and automatics. Works the same way to.

    He also failed to turn the wheel at all.

    What he may have done is failed to put his foot on the brake when he engaged drive. Usually catches out people that have never driven an auto before.

    Still, they make a new Kia every few seconds.

      1 year ago
    • still, according to the video uploader, this KIA costs the equivalent of 3,8 million USD in India..

        1 year ago
    • 38 mil. Rupee, not USD. It's equivalent of roughly $50k

        1 year ago
  • Another 1st class Uber driver in training 🤣

      1 year ago
  • What a yoker

      1 year ago
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