Fine v. Nicholas Parks Hyundai Kia – San Leandro (Alameda County)
Our client, a senior citizen, alleges he bought a 2015 Nissan Altima that was advertised by Nicholas Parks Hyundai Kia as a “Certified Pre-Owned” (“CPO”) vehicle. However, he wasn’t provided with an inspection report (which is required by law for all “Certified” vehicles”) and Nicholas Parks Hyundai Kia allegedly failed to disclose that the vehicle was a prior rental vehicle as there were no advertisements or signs on the Hyundai that said it was a prior rental. Also, the vehicle was advertised online for $11,400 – but the dealer wrote a sale price of $13,095 on the contract and falsely claimed it was for nonexistent “accessories.” If you’ve been sold a vehicle that was a prior rental, and that information was concealed from you at the time of sale, or you were sold a car with a sticker price that’s more than the advertised price, please contact david@rbblawgroup.com. Rosner Barry & Babbitt’s Auto Fraud Legal Center will provide you a FREE evaluation of your rights. We are here to help you!