Coast Nissan Alleged to Have Knowingly Sold Vehicle with Accident Damage – Lewis v. Coast Nissan, et al.

In the case of Lewis v. Coast Nissan, et al., our client alleges that, after her fiance noticed during a test drive of a used 2016 Honda Civic that the air conditioner was not working, Coast Nissan in San Luis Obispo assured her the air conditioner had been fixed. The following day, she realized it had not been fixed. She alleges it was subsequently discovered that the problem with the air conditioner stemmed from an accident that took place before her purchase of the vehicle. According to our client, Honda will not pay to fix it, nor will the company administering the service contract (often referred to as an “extended warranty”). If you, too, believe you were deceived into purchasing an accident-damaged car, contact Rosner, Barry & Babbitt’s Auto Fraud Legal Center for a FREE evaluation of your rights.