Q: Bought car from dealer, found out today that they lied about it not having any mods, warranty is voided. Help!
2015 Subaru WRX STI.
Eddy Chrysler Dealership Wichita, KS.
Already paid for some repairs.
When purchasing a vehicle that was represented as unmodified, and you later discover modifications that affect the warranty, it's crucial to assess the situation thoroughly. Begin by examining the purchase agreement and any statements made by the dealership regarding the condition of the car. Document all evidence, including the dealer's advertisements, written communications, and any verbal assurances.
If it appears the dealership deliberately misled you about the car's condition, you might have grounds for legal action based on misrepresentation or breach of contract. Reach out to the dealership to address the issue, as they may be willing to rectify the situation to avoid legal disputes.
Should the dealership refuse to cooperate, your next step may involve consulting with a lawyer to explore potential remedies, which could include demanding a repair, rescission of the purchase, or compensation. It's essential to retain all documentation related to the car's repairs and your interactions with the dealer. The application of laws can vary significantly by state, making it important to get advice tailored to Kansas's specific legal framework.
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