Gnewuch v Autocom Nissan -DUCT TAPE HOLDS UP PART OF CERTIFIED PRE-OWNED VEHICLE
DUCT TAPE HOLDS UP PART OF CERTIFIED PRE-OWNED VEHICLE
Our client, a United States Marine Corps veteran, alleges that in December 2018 he went to Autocom Nissan of Concord, in Contra Costa County, to purchase a quality automobile. Our client was shown a 2018 Nissan Maxima. It was represented to our client that the 2018 Nissan Maxima had undergone a 167-point inspection by Autocom Nissan. In addition, Autocom Nissan represented that the 2018 Maxima had been “Certified” by Nissan and provided him with a Nissan Certified Pre-Owned checklist and a Nissan Certified Pre-Owned Limited Warranty.
On the drive home, the vehicle began pulling. It was discovered that the tires were mismatched and the vehicle was not properly aligned. Furthermore, our client has now discovered that despite Autocom Nissan’s representations of a 167-point inspection and its Nissan “certification” representations, the vehicle had been involved in a prior accident and still had unrepaired damage. In fact, it had duct tape holding up a part of the vehicle. To add insult to injury, Autocom Nissan failed to inform our client that the vehicle had been used as a prior rental car.
Were you misled by Autocom Nissan of Concord, or any automobile dealership, about the certification of your Nissan or the certification any other vehicle? Were misled by Autocom Nissan of Concord about the prior history of a car, truck, or SUV you purchased? Did you buy a “certified” vehicle and have now found out it was in an accident before you bought it? If so, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Rosner, Barry & Babbitt’s Auto Fraud Legal Center will provide you with a FREE evaluation of your situation. Put our firm’s years of experience with car dealers to work for you.