Q: i purchased a 2017 chevy cruze from a dealer ship called Family auto sales, it keeps on heating up.
I took the car to the dealership three time already, twice they have said that they don't find anything wrong with it. the third time they just said it was not their problem anymore since the car was already financed and it belonged to the finance company. I took it to a third party repair shop
to get a full diagnostic and they are charging me over three hundred dollars to get it repaired.
A: More information is needed regarding, among other things, what promises or warranties, if any, may have been made as part of the sale. Speak with a local attorney. [I litigate cases. Anything posted here must not be construed as legal advice, nor as grounds for forming an attorney-client relationship. You should seek an attorney for formal legal advice and representation.]
A: Depending on what type of warranty you got with the purchase, not likely any on a 2017 Chebby, you may or may not have a LL claim. The GREAT news is that the issue is only, so far, $300.00 and change. All too often these sleezy car dealers will end up costing you thousands and thousands on such a purchase. Good luck with it...
A: you should gather all your paperwork (from purchasing the documents, to warranties, to report reports, etc) and consult with an auto fraud/ dealership fraud attorney. during the consultation and after full review of your documents, the attorney should be able to inform you of your legal options in regards to this issue.
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