I'm not sure if you understood my original question. I want to try in English (and, if possible, please reply in English). A few months ago, I bought a car from a local Infiniti dealer --- the car was a "Certified Pre-Owned" Infiniti, reported to be free of any accident. I also had the CarFax report, which stated there were no reported accidents. I did have some questions prior to the purchase, as an employee from that same dealer told me he could detect evidence of damage and repainting. The dealership manager, himself, assured me that there had been nothing more that some "touch up" painting (and, in fact, told me that he was further confident about the car, because he personally knew the only previous owner of the car, a personal friend of his (I recall explicitly him referring to him as the owner of a restaurant down the street from the dealership). With the manager's assurance, I purchased the car. Yesterday, I the car was making some strange noises, so today, I took it to a different local Infiniti dealership. Immediately upon putting the car on the lift, without any question from me, he asked me "did you know this car has been in an accident?", explaining that he could tell several parts had been replaced and more than just "touch up" painting. It is my belief that the car cannot have passed the dealer's inspection (for any used car, much less their "certified pre-owned Infiniti" designation) without them knowing there had been some type of significant damage. I am asking your professional opinion as to whether I have a legal recourse and, if so, how to proceed. Thank you.
Yes, that is a part of the benefit of the certified pre-owned Infiniti designation.