I just bought a used 2010 mb glk350,as soon as I got it the dash said service vehicle, so I take it to the MB dealership, where I find out it's also do for transmission service, after paying a over $1500 to get the car fully service, picking the car up from service I'm handed an inspection report showing my car failed front and rear windshield wipers, failed battery performance test, failed rear brake pads, failed tires all 4 worn down in the red on tire gage.
You have many options and most depend on what the advertisements for the car said and what your warranty for the car is? For me, I'd send them the bill and demand they pay it. That's what I would do, personally...
Well that just stinks. A dealer cannot sell a vehicle that is unsafe - including working windshield wipers, working brakes, sufficient tread on tires, etc. You could seek assistance from a lemon law attorney to seek a buy back from the dealer. This will take time out of your life and you'll be stuck with the car while it all works out. Or, you could pay for the repairs, which you need to do anyway to have a safe car on the road for yourself and others, and send the dealer the bill (like Mr. Kaufman suggested), and if they refuse to pay, take them to small claims court.
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