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Mercedes-Benz Fairfield Sued by California Lemon Law Attorney

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The lemon law attorney author of this blog has announced the filing of a lawsuit against Mercedes-Benz Fairfield. The lawsuit was filed on February 14, 2013 in California’s Solano County Superior Court, and alleges that Mercedes-Benz Fairfield sold Plaintiffs Pete Murray and Amy Waterbury a defective 2007 Toyota Tundra at a location at which it is not licensed to sell vehicles and selling an automobile for more than its advertised price. The lawsuit is titled Murray et al. v. Mercedes-Benz Fairfield (Solano County Superior Court Case No. FCS041227).

Allegations in Complaint Filed Against Mercedes-Benz Fairfield

In the Murray v. Mercedes-Benz Fairfield complaint, the Plaintiffs allege that Mercedes-Benz Fairfield advertised a 2007 Toyota Tundra on the internet looking shiny and pristine and stating “Yes, I am as good as I look.” Plaintiffs viewed an Internet ad for the Toyota Tundra, and called Mercedes-Benz Fairfield to inquire. Plaintiffs allege that in this call Mercedes-Benz Fairfield told them that the dealership had conducted a 119-point inspection on the Toyota Tundra, and that it was in excellent condition.

The Complaint goes on to allege that Mercedes-Benz Fairfield drove the Toyota Tundra to Plaintiffs’ home, showed it to them, and sold it to them there. It further alleges that Mercedes-Benz Fairfield sold them the Toyota Tundra at a price greater than that automobile’s advertised price.

Based on these allegations, Plaintiffs’ Complaint alleges that Mercedes-Benz Fairfield violated the California Vehicle Code by selling the Toyota Tundra for more than its advertised price and selling it at a location at which the dealer was not licensed to sell automobiles. It also alleges that Mercedes-Benz Fairfield breached the express warranty that it made that the Toyota Tundra had been inspected and was in excellent condition.

Click below to read a copy of the Murray v. Mercedes-Benz Fairfield complaint.

Please note: the Solano County Superior Court has not yet determined whether or not the allegations in the Murray v. Mercedes-Benz Fairfield lawsuit are true. Mercedes-Benz Fairfield has denied all of the allegations in the complaint.

Lemon Law Lawyer Looking For Other Mercedes-Benz Fairfield Customers

The California lemon law and car dealer fraud attorney who is representing the Plaintiffs in the Murray v. Mercedes-Benz Fairfield lawsuit is looking for customers of the Fairfield, California Mercedes-Benz dealership who also paid too much for their cars, or who bought them at a location other than the dealership lot.

If you have information about Mercedes-Benz Fairfield, then please call attorney Michael R. Vachon, Esq. at 1-855-4-LEMON-LAW (1-855-453-6665). You might even be entitled to a refund too!


About the Author
Mr. Vachon is the founder and principal of the Vachon Law Firm. He is in expert in the California lemon law and has represented California consumers in hundreds of lawsuits against automobile manufacturers, car dealerships, and finance companies.