By BrandNewLemon - 15/08/2015 02:09 - United States - Lancaster
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Okay, let me give you some vehicle knowledge. If the vehicle was brand spanking new, like a 2015 with less then 30-50,000 miles it is usually under the original manufacturers warranty. Which means yes, OP has a warranty on said vehicle, if it was new/used hopefully there is some sort of 30 day warranty or OP could have gotten a extended service plan, which is a warranty with a co-pay depending on what's wrong. Good luck OP.
I don't have anything witty for this. Contact the seller, and figure out what the issue is, if they are a decent human being they'll help you out at the very least
As someone whose father is in finance at a dealership and has people pull this shit all the time. in order for a dealership or seller to buy back a car under the lemon law you must provide documentation that the car has had the same problem 3 times. then they do not have to buy it back, they can give you the same exact model and year and just take the faulty car back.
Or you could call the Better Business Bureau because you don't want to do business with a fuck stick who just wants your money, and they will basically force them to refund it 100%... that or have a lawsuit on their hands. I'm sure your father has been in that situation before if he acts like that.
"El Ford Escort que me vendio es un limon!" "No no no, no es un limon. Es un carro fuerte."
I dont understand why you keep getting downvoted. While I know not all Chevy cars are terrible, I have an uncle who works for Chevy and because of that we get HUGE discounts on their cars, so thats all we ever buy, and I know probably better than anyone how terrible Chevy really can be.
Start looking into lemon laws for your state. You might be able to get reimbursed for any repairs that need to be made
The vehicle broke done once. Don't get to carried away right now man. Also the Lemon Law is not so easy to get. The car has to have broken down on numeral times. Hopefully it is something simple OP. You should be under the original warranty so you should be all set.
Take a photo of the odometer and show the dealer. Compare it to the miles that were last reported on their end. If they refuse to take the car back, you can definitely file suit. I say that assuming it was a used car. If it's new or certified pre-owned, you'll have a nice warranty to cover this stuff, and that includes free rental car while yours is being fixed.