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C-max partially disassembled photos


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#1 OFFLINE   djc

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Posted 24 June 2018 - 06:06 PM

Might be of interest to some:

 

http://www.repairerd...-10k-short-pay/

 

Near $17k bill to repair rear-ended 2016 C-max with what looked to be mainly tail gate damage.

 

Photos show battery pack,  dropped headliner, doors off and some other details you don't normally see.

Plus saga of shop suing Geico.

 

 


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