Date registered: Aug 2002
Vehicle: '85 2.3-16 '99 C280 '11 GLK350
Location: Scottsdale, Arizona, USA
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Likely none. It would be your burden to show by a preponderance of the evidence that there was fraud, either intentional or by omission, in the sale of the vehicle. The fraud must also be beyond mere "sales promotion" also known as "puffing." So, if the salespersons says "It's a great car" or "It's like new" then that would not be fraud or misrepresentation.
Then you would have to show that the salesperson "knew or should have known" that there was a material defect in the car. If the repair was reasonably done and did not affect the operation of the vehicle, then there probably was no legal duty to investigate about the car's history. In fact, the argument would be that the buyer had the same opportunity to do such research.