I recently sold a 14-year-old SUV with 110,000 miles. It passed vehicle inspection and licensing within 30 days of the sale. I sold it “as is.” I had no knowledge of any defects or mechanical problems. I sold it well below Kelley blue book value because I knew the tires would need to be replaced for winter driving, which I made the buyers aware of at the time of the sale.
Two weeks after I sold the vehicle, it started having problems. The new owners told me that they changed the oil on their own and drove it for two weeks before the problems appeared. They parked the vehicle and have not taken it to a mechanic. They don’t know what is wrong with the car but now want me to refund the purchase price and take the car back.
I offered to pay the cost of towing the car to a mechanic, but they refused that offer. Should I refund the money or fight for my rights? I feel I should fight for my rights .
Submitted by CK
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