It would depend upon the overall circumstances, but you might have a fraud claim against the dealership. From the looks of it, this appears to be a false advertisement. Of course, there may be an explanation as to how the vehicle got those miles on it (although highly unlikely). Did you purchase the car? Save the ad? Those are two questions any attorney you speak with will need to know when you speak to him/her about this case. Most attorneys will provide you with a free initial consultation. You can use the Find a Lawyer tool on Avvo if you like. Good luck to you.
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Mr. Blasser is correct, as usual. Of course a fraud means you reasonably relied upon this and you were fooled by it and you were hurt by it. That does not seem to be the case here. If you found out after making the purchase and your contract misstates the mileage, then dealer is going to have some real issues. For now, a solid negative Yelp! may be all you've got in your arsenal and even that, if challened by dealer, may get you into hot water, as dealers have no issues whatsoever suing to protect their "pristine" reputations! So, if you Yelp, make sure to be VERY accurate with facts...Ask a similar question