Video images showed the men going about their task with gusto, leaving the vehicle with a shattered windscreen and mirrors, the grille broken and dents to the bodywork. It was draped in a banner accusing the Italian manufacturer of poor decision-making.
Wang bought the luxury car in 2011 for 2.6 million yuan, the report said – around 100 times the average income of Chinese urban residents last year.
But problems first arose when he took it back to the dealer for an unspecified repair, with staff charging him for new spare parts despite using…
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