Reyes v. Auto Cruz

In February 2016 our clients went to Auto Cruz, in the City of Bakersfield, Kern County to purchase a reliable car. Our clients allege they were led to a used 2005 Nissan Maxima by Auto Cruz’s sales person. Our clients also allege that in order to induce them to purchase the Vehicle, that if they did not like the Vehicle they could return it within 7 days. Our clients also allege that Auto Cruz’s salesperson informed them the 2005 Nissan Maxima came with a 30-day warranty on the engine and the transmission. In violation of the law, our clients also allege no Buyer’s Guide was posted on the 2005 Maxima. Additionally, our clients stated they also asked Auto Cruz about the condition of the Nissan and the sales person replied it was in good mechanical condition. Based upon the representations by Auto Cruz, our clients purchased the Vehicle from Auto Cruz. Soon our clients experienced mechanical and operational problems with the 2005 Nissan Maxima. Despite alleged claims by the dealership that it would fix anything that was wrong with the 2005 Maxima it continued to have problems. Getting no satisfaction from Auto Cruz our clients took the 2005 Nissan to an authorized Nissan repair facility and they were told the engine mount was being held up by a chain. Our clients hired Rosner, Barry and Babbitt’s Auto Fraud Legal Center to enforce their rights against Auto Cruz.

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