Compliance

Delaware Couple Sues Dealer for Misrepresenting Vehicle Condition

August 20, 2014

NEWARK, Del. — A couple that bought a vehicle from Porter Auto Group has filed a lawsuit against the dealership, claiming that it violated the Motor Vehicle and Cost Saving Act. The pair bought a fifth generation GM Chevrolet Camaro Coupe, which they said had more miles on it than advertised, The Pennsylvania Record reports.

Richard and Donna Lynn Rotandi, who were looking for a replica of a car featured in the movie Transformers, said that when they went to drive the vehicle home, it had 583 miles on it and there were signs of repairs made to the body. The dealership claimed the Camaro had 59 miles on it and was new.

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