Arlington, TX asked in Consumer Law for Texas

Q: What can I do we financing this car the cash price was like $5000 and something and they financed us it for $14,200.

on Jan 30, 2020 I went to 1and2 Automotive to purchase a reliable car the salesman assured my husband and I we was getting a good car I told him we needed a SUV with 3 rows so he brought us the car me my husband and the salesman did a test drive everything sounded good I asked the salesman is that the 3rd seat in the back he said yes that it was put down so I believed him I asked was anything wrong with the car he said no that everything has been fixed on the car.. so we went for it and signed the paperwork long story short soon as we got home the check engine light came on we went to O'Reilly's the next morning to have it checked out we got codes of P0303 and P0406 we went back to the dealership to ask why they lied to us about the car the manager went and got the mechanic and a mechanic told us that the sales person who sold us the car didn't pay attention to his list the car he sold us hasn't been through service yet cars have to go through service before sellin I want my money back

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1 Lawyer Answer
Adrian Bower
Adrian Bower
  • Dallas, TX
  • Licensed in Texas

A: Contact an attorney in your area for a private consultation. Depending on the facts, you may be able to bring a claim under the Texas Deceptive Trade Practices Act, which could allow for up to three times damages plus attorney fees.

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