Q: I recently purchased a new 2017 vehicle. It had 88 miles when purchased. Three weeks later at around 500 miles it was
diagnosed to have the incorrect camshaft installed on the motor. What does the law say? Don't want new $50k car with damaged goods. Thank you
Assuming it's under warranty, they should fix it and give you a loaner. Ask for a return, but even under the lemon law they are given time to fix it.
If they don't give yoiu a return take it up with the corporate HQ, you can also check with the consumer division of the NJ AG's office, but at the end of the day if you don't get the new car unlikely you will.
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