I bought a used car in Florida, and the car broke down a week after sale. The dealerships claims it is not covered by them, despite the dealership and implied warranty as stated in the contract. It was not sold “As-Is”, according to the contract. The vehicle was said to have no issues at the time of sale. An inspection report was requested at the time the car broke down after sale , but the dealership failed to provide valid documentation of inspection of the vehicle occurring immediately before or after delivery of goods. What additional rights would I have?
Without knowing the terms of your contract, no one can provide you with any meaningful response. If the car was not sold "AS IS" then whatever warranty the dealer may have provided will need to be in the contract. I suggest you bring your sales contract and all documentation to a local attorney for review.
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