Thanks for everyones comments :-
1) As for the Pirrelli P-zeros - I would not touch them with a barge pole - these Michelins are fantastic - grip is incredible in the dry - I can't find out tommorrow in the wet when it chucks down as I will have to get a loan car.
I told one of the guys at Saab about getting 7,000 miles of wear when the tyres were just legal and he was gob smacked - these are the wrong tyres to supply for an aero - they don't grip as well as the Michelins- but if they are only gonna last 7-9000 miles - then that is the right way to p*ss off your customers - and well done Saab!- you have. That's an extra £300 on the price of a car!
2) As far as the Kerb goes - it was a parking bay - I am claiming against the private landlord where I work - he must be insured - I have plenty of good pictures to demonstrate that this parking bay is not fit to be used as one - and there are no warning signs and no disclaimer signs and we have not signed a lease for the premises yet - so no conditions can apply. The Owner has a duty towards people who pay for these parking bays so that they are fit for the purpose. As far as we can see they should in theory pay up - but after over 20 law suits in the last 10 years - it kinds of gets boring - I have a good hit rate - so I am going to take them on - I have legal insurance - so I will use it! The other cars that use this parking spaces are Porsches, 3 series, 5 Series and the likes - the Porsches have lower suspensions - and the claim would be thousands if they hit the kerb! If you don't park over the kerb - then the other cars cannot get it!
3) The alloy wheel - I am in two minds - the guys who did it works under contract for my brother's firm - so if I go for them I will do them good and proper. I have them bang to rights!
But they got real nasty - and they are a rough bunch!
I would advise anyone with alloys to get a digital camera and do the same to stop these pirates!
4) As far as the car goes - getting it fixed under Warranty - I am sure that they will - but after effectively what is two and a half months of my normal mileage the car has to be towed to a garage - that is just unreal! I am just hoping that it is not contaminated fuel or something like that - That will be hard to prove - so fingers crossed!
Combined with a whole load of other things with Saab last week - this has all happened at the wrong time!!
I have a £35,000 car - all I want to do is to drive it, enjoy it, listen to the CD and radio, use the Sat Nav and for the damn thing to work. Or should I pay more to do that? ... I don't think so!