My question involves a consumer law issue in the State of: Maryland
I purchased a $60,000 New, off the lot, 0 miles, vehicle from a Maryland dealership. I was never told nor received paperwork disclosing it was other than brand-spanking new.
Around the 10,000 mile mark the clear coat began peeling on the entire driver side. I sat on taking it to the dealer for 2 years (busy).
The dealer "did their research" and stated that my VIN #/vehicle was damaged from someone keying vehicles. (Kudos to their confession).
The dealer repainted the entire driver side this week (Kudos to their attempt). However, they repainted the vehicle in full tact, not taking each part off as complete in the factory. I have overspray and particle issues and a drooped/drip with the paint.
Inquiring what Maryland law states about dealerships disclosing damage regarding NEW vehicles and at this point what leverage I have.
For crying out loud, had I known it did not have a factory paint job I would have purchased a used vehicle, saving at least 30%! And, I paid the dealer full price for something that wasn't worth full price. Right? WTF over.
Thanks for your help.