Caveat emptor.In CO. I purchased a total loss vehicle from a private seller a couple months ago, and just found out it was a total loss. He verbally told me it has not been in an accident. Is there anyway I would be able to return the car and get a refund?
A warranty provided by whom? Which covers what, exactly?He also said, in writing, that it has warranty. The total loss actual voids that so that was a lie.
I could not agree with you more as far as the inspection and am still kicking myself for that. Sadly you just can't always trust people. The title is clean for it was deemed total loss by the insurance company but not the DMV, therefore on the car report it says total loss but on the title it says clean.Should have gotten that inspection, and examined the title, BEFORE you bought the car.
Have you contacted the manufacturer to verify the warranty?The warranty is from the manufacturer (10 year, 100k). It is a power train warranty. I have not had anything fail since I have owned it but after an inspection there is quite a lot wrong with it that would have been covered by that warranty.
Right. But the problem the OP has is that the warranty (per the mfg) is not transferable. This has nothing to do with the status of the title. The OP didn't do his due diligence in verifying that the warranty would transfer to a new owner.If it's not a branded title, then the warrenty shouldn't be voided either.
https://www.hyundaiusa.com/assurance/america-best-warranty.aspx?k_clickid=f9daab80-ebb2-4b4c-9fea-6492ea2654fa&cmpid=sem_googleCovers repair or replacement of powertrain components (i.e., selected engine and transmission/transaxle components), originally manufactured or installed by Hyundai that are defective in material or factory workmanship, under normal use and maintenance. Coverage applies to original owner only, effective with 2004 model year and newer model-year vehicles. On 1999-2003 model years, coverage applies to original owner and immediate family members (i.e., wife, husband, daughter, son, stepdaughter, stepson).
Second and/or subsequent owners have powertrain components coverage under the 5-Year/60,000-Mile New Vehicle Limited Warranty. Excludes coverage for vehicles in commercial use (i.e., taxi, route delivery, delivery service, rental, etc.).