Can you sue a car dealership for messing up your car?

Can you sue a car dealership for messing up your car?

As a California consumer, you have clearly protected rights to sue car dealers if you were deceived at the time of purchase. If you believe that you are a victim of car dealership fraud, it is best to call us immediately for legal advice.

What happens when the dealership can’t fix your car?

If the dealership fails to successfully repair or replace the vehicle, it may be required to buy back the vehicle and pay you compensation through a lemon law buyback reimbursement. Additionally, it matters what the problem with the problem is.

Can you take your Kia to any dealership for service?

You may take your KIA to any Authorised KIA Dealer for warranty and service.

How does the service department work at a car dealership?

Dealerships don’t profit on extensive operations like replacing engine blocks, transmissions or other large components. These require expensive parts, and the mechanics take longer to finish them. So while you pay a lot for these operations, the service department doesn’t make much off them.

When to go to the dealer for maintenance?

Some cars may require specialized services such as periodic fuel-filter replacement that all repair shops may not perform, and if we bought a $75,000 Mercedes-Benz, the nearest Super Duper Quick Lube may not have all the right fluids, tools and know-how, so going to a dealer may be advisable, if not necessary.

Do you have to take your car in for service at the dealer?

If you’ve ever felt you got a raw deal taking your car in for service at the dealer, our anonymous service manager says that may well be true. But he also cites a number of reasons to take your car to the dealer for work anyway—and tells how not to get the short end of the stick when you do.

What happens when you go to a car dealership?

But when people go to the dealership for routine maintenance, the service advisor pushes the “dealer recommended service” on them. Basically, this calls for oil changes and transmission flushes more frequently than the owner’s manual.

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