3.5L TT but wrong body
Wow...that's one hell of a hit. Did you roll the car?
That's going to be a total loss. Not only did you bend the frame, but you have air bags deployed and the entire roof section warped and contorted. There is no way they will be able to get that frame the same ever. Best of luck on getting a new Genesis Coupe replacement and glad to hear you are ok even if you are a rookie poster.
Holy crap! I'm glad you're okay, that definitely looks like a total loss.. Sorry to see that happened, and judging by your join date (but correct me if I'm wrong), I'm willing to assume it's a new purchase too
2011.. got it in Aug... thank goodness I have gap also.Holy crap! I'm glad you're okay, that definitely looks like a total loss.. Sorry to see that happened, and judging by your join date (but correct me if I'm wrong), I'm willing to assume it's a new purchase too
Best of luck with the insurance!
look at the very first post in this thread. That car was a total loss and it didn't have as much roof damage as yours. So yes it will be a total loss. Glad you're ok and had GAP insurance!Never rolled... T-boned at about 50-55 last Weds. Chevy Silverado hit me.. Walked away with a big bruise and still sore. I hope it is a total loss. I would not feel safe if they fixed it. I think they are looking for 22k in repairs before they will total.
We shall see!
That's good. Since GAP didn't have to pay much you can cancel and get most of the money you payed for the GAP and you can cancel other warranties too for a down paymentUPDATE: My car is a total loss. Nationwide is paying most. Gap only has to pay 481.25
I feel better now....
I'd say:Sassy14u: 1
But that's why the Genny wins, repaired cars often never feel quite right. Also when/ if it comes to selling the car that major of a repair would reduce the resell value.True. But silverado, probably not totaled. Genny, totaled. It's more of a tie than anything