What is the question? It sounds like you may be able to rescind this contract for fraud. I would recommend discussing the specific facts with an attorney and have the documents reviewed to evaluate your options. Best of luck.
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Carfax is not always as reliable as advertised. I had a similar issue in buying a used car a few years ago. If you would like to, you may have grounds to break a purchase contract. Best of luck.
1- Assuming your facts are accurate, dealer knew this and never should have certified it. Dealer flat out lied to you;
2- Assuming your facts are accurate, Audi TOO is on the hook here since it is CPO and their name is all over it and they also warranty the vehicle;
3- Assuming your facts are accurate, the law in CA allows for you to get the deal undone, get all of your money back AND make them pay your attorney.
4- Depending on how bad the prior accident was, you may even get a little bit extra on top of them paying your lawyer.
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