My question involves a consumer law issue in the State of: Colorado
Hey guys so here is my story. I bought a used dual sport (plated dirtbike) from a dealership. they sold it to me for a decent price and offered me warranty on the bike for one year through a 3rd person seller.
So the engine ended up seizing (only took it out about 3 times and less than 15 hours of riding time on it) and now to repair is a 5k bill. So here I am, finance 5k for this dual sport, engine is seized and dealership is having a hard time on the warranty to cough up for the repairs that I paid for. bike was never negligently used and due to its "past" they can not offer warranty. But how is that my problem? I bought it from the dealership with no known history of the past and bought this warranty, dealership that I bought it from mentioned they had to rebuild the engine. Oh and I had to take it to another dealership because they are not authorized to work on that brand.
do I have a valid case here? if so, what can I sue for? I just want a new bike, I do not care about getting tons of money, just an equal valued bike.
dirtbike in question is a beta350rr