Dealerships Must Disclose Prior Rental Vehicles

Our clients’ thought they were getting a good deal on a 2012 Nissan Quest from The Signature Motors, LLC dba Express Credit Motors in San Jose. Soon after purchase, however, the transmission started slipping. When the clients asked for help, the dealership refused and claimed the vehicle was sold “as-is.” When they reached out to the Auto Fraud Legal Center for assistance, the attorneys began researching their matter.

We discovered the vehicle was previously registered as a rental vehicle, which our clients allege was never disclosed to them. Furthermore, they allege the dealership is a buy-here-pay-here dealership, but they were never provided the minimum warranty required from such dealerships. The attorneys at Rosner, Barry & Babbitt are experienced with these claims and will ensure these clients will be compensated.

If you bought a car and think you were cheated, please contact Rosner, Barry & Babbitt’s Auto Fraud Legal Center for a FREE evaluation of your case.