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Bought 2013 new in November 2014 warranty expired

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As apart of the sale I had the dealer put in writing the in service date of November 2014 GM and dealer still say 3/36 is expired and I have one full year off my drivetrain warranty too.

Volt advisor repeated this garbage. I find this infuriating that I lost a year off the warranty and at the time I had other volt options I would have taken instead knowing this.

Any recourse besides bitching?
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If you actually have a paper saying the in service date, threaten to get a lawyer. If that doesn't work, actually consult with a lawyer.

My car was a never titled demo car used as a show car, only had 132 miles on the odometer. The warranty was placed in service when it became a show car, but chevy considers it a certified pre-owned... so my OEM warranty plus the CPO warranty is actually longer than just the OEM warranty would have been. And the government considers it a new car since it was never titled, so I am eligible for the income tax credit. If the warranty was already in service, the car should have been heavily discounted and sold as a CPO used car rather than a new car.

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