When you purchase a new car, every function should be operating as smoothly as possible. The dealer who sells you the vehicle has a responsibility to check every vehicle before the purchase. Failing to do so could lead to unnecessary costs or safety hazards for the driver.
Regardless if your car is brand new or slightly used, there should not be any major problems in the first place. It is frustrating to have to pay additional costs for damage repair in something you just got. It’s even more frustrating if your mechanic makes those repairs but the car still won’t work right. Here are a couple of problems with your vehicle that might mean that you have bought a lemon.