DO YOU BELIEVE A DEALER’S 100-POINT INSPECTION DID NOT REVEAL ACCIDENT DAMAGE? NEITHER DO WE. Dengate v Prestige Auto
In February 2017, our client went to Prestige Auto located in the city of Corona, county of Riverside, to purchase a quality used car. While at Prestige Auto, she was shown a 2016 Mazda 3 Sport for sale. She asked the salesperson about the condition of the 2016 Mazda and alleges she was assured by the salesperson that the Sport 3 had undergone a 100-point inspection by Prestige Auto. She also alleges she was told that there were no problems with the 2016 Mazda and that it was still covered by Mazda’s factory warranty. She was never given a copy of any inspection report, In September 2018 she took the 2016 Mazda 3 into a Mazda authorized repair facility to identify cause of non-functioning air conditioner. The Mazda repair facility explained they were unable to repair the coolant leak due to numerous after-market parts being installed on the 2016 Mazda and indicated that the 2016 Mazda 3 had apparently been in a front-end collision. The Mazda dealership employee explained that the warranty was essentially “void.” She then sought help from Rosner, Barry and Babbitt’s Auto Fraud Legal Center.
If Prestige Auto in Corona, or another dealership, failed to disclose material facts about your car, truck, SUV or other vehicle, or you were a victim of other illegal dealer conduct, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Rosner, Barry & Babbitt’s Auto Fraud Legal Center will provide you with a FREE evaluation of potential dealer fraud in your vehicle purchase. We fight on the side of the consumer.