Originally Posted by bmrisko
I was browsing 2014's and thought I had found a great deal on the exact build I was looking for, with very low miles to boot. I started doing some VIN searches and it looks like it was a manufacturer buyback that was auctioned off. I wasn't aware this was possible, but I guess so. Obviously I don't want to touch this one, but what repercussions would the buyer have if there were any future lemon-related issues? I would assume the vehicle is still under the manufacturer's warranty...
Seeing this definitely makes me want to be extra cautious if buying pre-owned.
Sherman, TX 2014 Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT Used SUV McKinney, TX Durant, TX Bonham Chrysler | BB21756 | 1C4RJFDJ5EC181192
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Your repercussions would be defined by any warranty on used vehicles and the lemon laws in your state, possibly with a bit of complication for buying a florida car from texas for an alabama resident.
I don't suppose Experian would would have details on the lemonosity?
It might not be something you'd care about...
If you work thru a local dealer, wouldn't they be able to pull up a service history [unfortunately only dealer service history] on any prospects...
As for what happened here being possible, don't get too shocked until you see seaweed on the seatcovers.