Does Your “Brand New” Vehicle Show Signs of Damage?
A dealer cannot sell you a new vehicle with material damage without disclosing that damage to you prior to the sale. It is your right as a consumer to make an informed decision to buy a new car, so if a dealer hides material damage from you, you may have an auto fraud claim.
One of our new clients alleges that Biggs Harley-Davidson in San Diego County sold her a “new” motorcycle without telling her it had sustained material damage. The motorcycle’s service history suggests that the bike had to have numerous parts replaced before being sold to her, which may explain why the vehicle has had lots of mechanical and electrical issues since the day of purchase.
If you have been ripped off by Biggs Harley-Davidson, or you have a similar story with another dealership, call us today at 858-348-1005.