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In the US the rules vary state by state...

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Correct, in California both parties must agree to the recording. In NY, only one party must "agree."

At El Cajon Subaru, the GM is Beau Watling, Mike Misbrener is listed as the "sales desk" manager. Juan Reynoso is the Used Car Sales Manager. Emails are on the dealer's website.
 

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At El Cajon Subaru, the GM is Beau Watling, Mike Misbrener is listed as the "sales desk" manager. Juan Reynoso is the Used Car Sales Manager. Emails are on the dealer's website.
Curious why you shared this. Are you hoping one of us will contact the dealer to get their side of the story?
 

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that's some tough 'brakes'....and good lesson on how not to buy a used car on several levels...were you thinking you were getting a special deal? smh
 

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OP posted her complaint multiple times in different threads and categories. I don't know what she wants from us, but she seems to want it pretty urgently.

If everything she said were true, it would look like she got a bum deal, but her accusations contain a lot of guesses. The attorney she's consulted is behaving like there's no case. The deal is a year old, long since done and over with.

OP: When you buy a used car, you're buying it as it sits. It's not going to be exactly like a new car, and it's up to you to evaluate the car and decide whether you can live with its flaws. You didn't do that. A missing brake pedal cover and broken USB port are obvious things, easy to catch in a cursory inspection. Suspension components rusted to unusability are visible if you look under the car. You apparently didn't check the car out before you bought it, and now it's too late. If you wanted a promise that everything would be perfect, that's called a warranty, and you get that with a new car.

As far as the nav system goes, you bought and paid for a car without nav in it. I don't know from what you wrote if you think you're now entitled to something else, but you're not. Again, you bought a used car. It comes as is.

This falls into the category of "life experiences." Next time you'll know to check these things.
 
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