Picaso v. Lithia of Lodi, Inc. – Undisclosed Brake Defect

In the case of Picaso v. Lithia of Lodi, Inc., Mr. Picaso alleges Lodi Toyota represented the subject pre-owned 2020 Toyota Camry was practically a brand new car and the previous owner only had it for a month before deciding to upgrade. He alleges, within a few months, the vehicle began intermittently displaying a low brake power warning, raising concern for Mr. Picaso, the father of a one-year-old who also had a second child on the way. He alleges Lodi Toyota knew about the defect and knowingly misrepresented its mechanical condition.
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