Prater v Auto Zoom 916

Our client alleges that in July 2019 he purchased a used 2016 Ford Mustang from Auto Zoom 916 in Rancho Cordova, California. Our client also alleges that he asked Auto Zoom 916 whether it inspected their cars, and whether the 2016 Ford Mustang had been inspected. Our client states he was told by Rancho Cordova Auto Zoom 916 that the dealership inspects all of its cars before they are put out for sale. And, in fact, the dealership showed our client a number of cars in the back and was told those cars would not be put out for sale until they were all inspected.

After the purchase, our client alleges he discovered the tires on the Ford Mustang were defective, showing wire and the car was 5 quarts low on oil. Later he was informed that the Ford Mustang had been in a prior accident and sustained structural damage. He was also informed that the Mustang which Auto Zoom 916 sold him did not have the original hood and much of the paint work was not original.

To add insult to injury the Retail Installment Contract Auto Zoom 916 had him sign over charged him for the vehicle license fees.

Were you misled by Auto Zoom 916 of Rancho Cordova or another dealer about the history of your vehicle or about prior accident damage? Do you believe you were sold an “inpsected” vehicle that was not truly inspected whether by Auto Zoom 916 of Rancho Cordova or any other automobile dealership? Were you misled by in any fashion by any automobile dealership about your Chevrolet, Buick, GMC, Chrysler, Dodge, Ram, Honda, Toyota, Ford or any other car, SUV, truck, cross-over or other vehicle? If so, please contact Rosner, Barry & Babbitt’s Auto Fraud Legal Center will provide you with a FREE evaluation of your situation. Put our years of experience suing car dealers to work for you.