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I live in pennsylvania and a few months ago I bought a car from a used car dealership for $15k. At signing, I was shown an Autocheck report that said I was purchasing a clean car. There were things on the car that were supposed to be fixed prior to me picking up the car. I got the car home and realized the brakes were locked up in the back, the emergency brake did not work and the front two tires were completely bare. The car should not have passed a NYS inspection but there was a new sticker put on. I brought it back and had those things fixed. A week later I had my own mechanic check out noises I noticed in the car so i could let the dealership know what needed to be fixed. They insisted two seperate times after me bringing it to them that my mechanic was wrong and there were no problems with my car. At the signing I was also told the window tints were perfectly legal and I would have no problems. Two weeks after getting the car I was pulled over and ended up with $100 fine. I was finally sick of dealing with them so I tried to trade the car in and got a carfax report and found out that the car had been in a serious accident a few days after the first owner bought it and it had structural/frame damage and I couldnt trade it because it was worth about 1/4 of my loan amount. The dealership where I bought the car said it was probably a mix up so I called DMV and they ran a report to find carfax is right and there is frame damage to my car. Is it worth the time to get a lawyer and try to fight this or will I be wasting my time? I dont think this will be covered under the lemon law so what other rights do I have in this situation?
I think threatening to sue the dealership is enough for the dealership to do what u want. And that is, give u are car, for what u paid. You need to use the right words though. A simple threat will not suffice. Your wording needs to be correct. Saying things like, you will notify the road traffic authority about the dealership selling un roadworthy cars. Stanping them off as if they are roadworthy etc. Is bad practise by any business and reflects on their reputation. You also have the right to reimbursement for the fine on the tinted windows. Because they certified them as legal and roadworthy when they are clearly not. The fine is evidence of that. A strongly worded letter from yourself. To the manager of the dealership, followed up by an appointment with the manager u may find things could go your way. Be strong and firm in your words, but also be open to negotiation. If you dont try, you will never know if it could ever have worked ot your way. The very fact , that car although roadworthy Is worth more to them in car parts , than it is to you. Thats why negotiations can take place. For another car to be sent your way, for less price. You will have to take some responisiblity yourself as well though, as its all part of negotiations and have to settle for a car worth less than the 15,000, but still pay for the loan. Car dealers do not like having bad reputations and at the same time do notlike being reported to authorities. Thats why they will be open to negotiation.