The law doesn't provide for you being able to make them do those things.
What you can do is to file a lawsuit against them asking the court to "rescind the contract" based on breach of contract, breach of warranty, and a type of fraudulent inducement or constructive fraud
Essentially what you are saying is that by them not revealing this vehicle has defective parts that are apart of a massive recall then thy "hid" that from you. You will have to say that if you had known it had those airbags that you wouldn't have purchased the car, which of course you wouldn't have.
What you may want to do is hire a lawyer to write them a demand letter explaining how the lawsuit will work and what kind of damages you are going to ask for. You will need to consider hiring them for the case but there is a slight chance that they will settle when they get the letter from the lawyer because, in my mind, this is an open and shut case once you get to a judge or jury. It would have been better if you had specifically asked the mif this vehicle was subject to any recalls and they would have lied about it but, realistically, none of us ever ask those questions.
If you do hire a lawyer you can sue for the attorney's fees as well.
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