Ahhh. The joys of buying another car. Pretty exciting, even if it is a used car.
But what happens when the auto’s history far exceeds whatever you have been told at the dealership?
A New Baltimore woman is suing a car dealership, alleging employees there failed to tell her the sports-utility vehicle she purchased once held a dead body.
Now why would a dealership want to hide such a thing?
“It is possible the dealer didn’t know about the smell,” Liblang said. “What’s not very credible or likely is that the dealer didn’t know it was a daily rental or had been stolen three times. That should’ve been fairly obvious from the title history.
Some history. Probably not likely to make it a top sell on the lot. The recourse: sue for $25 K plus court fees. Because the dealership wouldn’t take the multi-stolen Ford Expedition once used as temporary morgue, back.