This is a hard question to answer without more information. It seems that you bought the vehicle in Thailand. Are you still there? It also seems like you have only had one problem. Do the problems still exist, and what do you mean by "bodywork problems"?
In general, with a few exceptions, when you purchase a new vehicle in the United States, the sale is final and your only recourse for returning the vehicle is against the manufacturer if there is a defect that is covered under the manufacturer's warranty that the manufacturer is unable or unwilling to repair, and which substantially impairs the vehicle's use, value, or safety. The number of repair attempts or number of days that the manufacturer has to fix the problems are determined by your state law (typically three to four repairs of the same problem and/or anywhere from twenty to thirty days out of service to repair one or more problems). The particular rights and remedies you may have depend on a lot of factors, like what sort of problems you have had, how long the dealer took to repair them, and whether they were repaired correctly.
This, of course, assumes that you are in the United States. If you are still in Thailand, you will definitely want to contact someone there that is familiar with local warranty laws.
Either way, make sure you keep taking the vehicle back to the dealership for repairs if the problems still exist, and that you keep copies of all of your repair orders to document the repair history.
If you are in the United States you can contact the National Association of Consumer Advocates (www.naca.net), or look here on Avvo for further help with referrals to a local lemon law attorney in your state.
Thanks for your question, and best of luck in getting it resolved.
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If the car was purchased in Thailand you'll need an attorney licensed in Thailand to help answer the question.
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