Hey Paul, welcome to the forum.
My 2015 Vintage was the same as your old speedo. My 2016 Vintage is like your new speedo so what the dealer told you is correct. But this part concerns me. You are saying that your Indian authorised dealer fitted a replacement speedo and the odometer has been reset to zero? I was under the impression this could not happen as the mileage is store on the onboard computer and it is transferred to the new speedo automatically? Maybe it is a manual process and your dealer forgot to carry out that step? In any case, it is not good that this can happen by swapping the speedo.
Paul Robert Judd wrote:
I am not happy... losing 27,000 kilometres off my old speedo, I would not like to rip someone off by not telling them the correct kilometres...
I assume you have pointed this out to the dealer? Did they say anything about it?
Let's be kind to one another. Melbourne, Victoria