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When a buyer relies on the expertise of the seller to describe qualities of the vehicle they are buying and the seller misrepresents those qualities, then it is considered breach of the implied warranty of good faith as well as breach of contract. Unfortunately, the only way to resolve this with the dealer who refuses to negotiate is that I am afraid you have to file suit against them for breach of contract or they can pursue you for the payment for the vehicle they misrepresented to you.
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