Anai Torivio v Noho Auto Sales, Inc.


Around March 19, 2018, our client went to Noho Auto Sales in North Hollywood, California, wanting to purchase a nice, safe vehicle. She was shown a used 2016 Nissan Altima, which she was persuaded to purchase that day. On the line the of the contract regarding the license fees, Noho Auto Sales charged our client $220. The sale cash sale price of the Vehicle was $16,995. Our client alleges she was overcharged for the Vehicle License Fees and never received a refund from Noho Auto Sales of the overcharge.

In response to our client’s inquiry concerning the condition of the 2016 Nissan Altima, our client alleges the salesperson assured her that the car was in very good condition and that she was getting an excellent deal. Noho even provided our client with a “disclosure” stating that there was no Frame or Unibody damage to the Nissan Altima. Our client alleges that the Altima had, in reality, sustained material accident damage.

Furthermore, our client alleges the 2016 Nissan was covered by Nissan’s factory warranties. However, when she went to have her Altima repaired under Nissan’s warranty she alleges that she was informed that the defects in the Altima were caused by prior accident damage and therefore, they were not eligible for Nissan warranty repairs. Our client alleges that because of this damage the 2016 Nissan Altima was not merchantable at the time of sale to her in violation of California’s lemon law.

The law firm of Rosner, Barry and Babbitt demanded a repurchase of the 2016 Nissan Altima for our client. If Noho Auto Sales in North Hollywood, or your dealership, failed to disclose material facts about the car, truck, or SUV you purchased, or if you were overcharged for license fees or were a victim of other illegal dealer conduct, please contact Rosner, Barry & Babbitt’s Auto Fraud Legal Center will provide you with a FREE evaluation of potential dealer fraud in your vehicle purchase. We fight on the side of the consumer.