Broken Promises Violate the Law
Our client purchased a 2010 Nissan Rogue from 10 Freeway Motors, in San Bernardino County. Our client alleges that less than a week after purchase, the vehicle’s check engine light turned on. 10 Freeway Motors provided a 30-day/1,000-mile warranty in case the vehicle had any problems, which means our client expected 10 Freeway Motors to honor its promise. But after two repair attempts, the dealership could not fix the vehicle. Instead, our client took the vehicle to an auto repair shop, where it was determined the vehicle needed a new catalytic converter.
Our client alleges he told 10 Freeway Motors about the required repair, and 10 Freeway Motors told Plaintiff they were not able to repair the catalytic converter. Then the dealership stopped returning our client’s calls.
Our firm received the call and gave our client a full analysis of his rights and a path to achieve his goals. Rosner, Barry & Babbitt soon filed a lawsuit against 10 Freeway Motors, alleging it misrepresented the vehicle’s condition, failed to honor its warranty, and sold a vehicle that could not pass smog.
If the dealership that sold you a vehicle is not honoring its warranty, Rosner, Barry & Babbitt can help. You can contact Jason Stones at (858) 348-1005, or email email@example.com.