Dealership Allegedly Sells 2015 Toyota Prius With Undisclosed Frame Damage – Lee v. Culver City Toyota, et al.

In the case of Lee v. Culver City Toyota, our client alleges he asked a sales manager at Culver City Toyota if a specific vehicle had been in any accidents and the sales manager responded that Carfax did not indicate any accidents. Our client alleges he purchased the vehicle, trusting the sales manager’s representation. To his dismay, a subsequent appraisal revealed the Vehicle had frame damage and was worth significantly less than the price he was charged.

If you purchased a vehicle in reliance upon the dealership’s representation that it had not been in any accidents but have since learned this representation was false, contact Rosner, Barry & Babbitt’s Auto Fraud Legal Center for a FREE evaluation of your rights.