Purchasers of Vehicles from Private Party Sellers Have No Standing Under the Song-Beverly Consumer Warranty Act

In Dagher v. Ford Motor Co. (2015) 238 Cal.App.4th 905, the plaintiff purchased a used vehicle in a private sale from the original purchaser. The vehicle had over 12,500 miles and two years left on its five-year express manufacturer’s warranty. Id. at 912. After the purchase, plaintiff had dealers perform several warranty repairs on the vehicle’s engine that he considered unsuccessful. Id. at 911….
By: Snell & Wilmer
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