What are my rights if an auto dealer sold me a car as all wheel drivebut itwasn’t?

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What are my rights if an auto dealer sold me a car as all wheel drivebut itwasn’t?

The car was for my wife for use primarily driving my kids around. My only needs in a car were safety, space, and reliability. Our last need was either all wheel or 4-wheel drive. Their website listed the car as AWD and just as I wrote it, with the VIN there also. I have their ad with VIN listed and the salesman confirmed it. Additionally, they also claimed it passed state safety inspection, which after looking for the manual I found paperwork saying it had not. What are my options to resolve this? AWD alone increases the value well over $1000.

Asked on March 12, 2012 under General Practice, New Hampshire

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