Undisclosed Damage to New Cars
Even consumers that have recently purchased new vehicles can find themselves later discovering damage they were not made aware of prior to purchase. New vehicles can be damaged in a variety of ways, whether it be through delivery from a manufacturer, on a test drive, or getting banged up on the lot. Dealers can sometimes be strategic in the way they present the car to hide any prior damage done to the vehicle and customers are not usually as thorough inspecting new vehicles for damage as they are with used ones. If you have recently purchased a “new” vehicle and discovered damage to it later, whether it is cosmetic, mechanical, or electric, give us a call to see if we can help.