BOU v. JAGUAR LAND ROVER MISSION VIEJO
After owning his Jaguar F-Type S CNV for approximately 2 years, our client decided to trade it in on another vehicle. He was shocked when he was told by the trade-in dealership that his vehicle had sustained undisclosed accident damage (which greatly diminished its value). He alleged this fact was never disclosed to him. The buyer came to Rosner, Barry & Babbitt’s Auto Fraud Legal Center for help with his situation. The Jaguar had been purchased from Jaguar Land Rover Mission Viejo. Our client’s complaint alleged that when buying the vehicle, he asked about the condition and history of the car. He alleges he was repeatedly told by the Jaguar Land Rover Mission Viejo salesperson that the vehicle had never been in an accident, had been thoroughly inspected and most importantly had been “certified” by Jaguar. Jaguar advertises all its certified vehicles pass 165 checks to become “Jaguar Approved Certified Pre-Owned” vehicles. Our client was given documentation evidencing that the vehicle had the Jaguar certification. However, as he discovered, the vehicle had sustained prior accident damage. Moreover, the vehicle was a “Lemon Law Buy-Back,” It is a violation of California law to sell vehicle repurchased under the Lemon Law as a “Certified” vehicle. Jaguar Land Rover Mission Viejo repurchased the vehicle, refunded all our client’s money and paid off the loan on the vehicle.
If you purchased a Certified Pre-Owned Vehicle from Jaguar Land Rover Mission Viejo or any other California car dealership, and it had prior undisclosed accident damage, was a Lemon-Law buy back, or misrepresentations were made to you in any other way, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Rosner, Barry & Babbitt’s Auto Fraud Legal Center will provide you with a FREE evaluation of your situation. Let us put over 30 years of experience with car dealers, to work for you.