Thank you for your patience. Under the Consumer Protection Act, a dealer (or any retailer) may not make misrepresentations as that constitutes a violation of the Fair Business Practices statutes contained in Title 6, Article 1, §§ 101 through 908. In addition to monetary damages, the seller can be fined $10,000 per incident.
Generally there are 3 causes of action
1. breach of contract (not delivering the car as represented)
2. Misrepresentation (misrepresenting facts re: the item)
3. Fraud in the inducement (misrepresentations that occur with the intent to entice a party to enter into a contract)
Here is the licensing agency for car dealers that investigate complaints: https://www.colorado.gov/pacific/enforcement/motor-vehicle-dealer-board-auto-industry-division
Generally damages are economic damages- basically to pay plaintiff's out of pocket losses (repairs) to make him/her "whole" - in the position the contract intended.
Another alternative is to void the contract, being a material breach, and requesting purchase price plus repairs refunded, and the car returned to the dealer.
Information on the consumer protection statutes here: http://www.denbar.org/docs/Contract%20Law.pdf?ID=124