YOUR INTENTION IS WELL-MEANINGED, BUT YOUR JUSTIFICATIONS AND "LEGAL" ANALYSIS ARE WAY OFF THE MARK. My responses to his statements were added to the above quote. Man, your conclusions, while well intentioned, are absolutely ungrounded. I tried to briefly explain why you were legally WRONG, but seems like that doesn't matter to you. And as clearly is the case here, your mind is made up, even though you have based your conclusions using an elementary understanding of the law. I can assure you that I am an expert in this field, having successfully won against some of the biggest manufacturers of vehicles, advised and represented dozens of auto dealerships, and represent dozens more clients that were misled by dealerships. But, since you think you have a better grasp of the law than me with your internet law license, feel free to keep giving incorrect legal advice to people. (For that, you can get in trouble). Have a good weekend, and I hope everyone that can gets to enjoy a drive in their Ferrari. Again, @dgoldenz94 - The reason I address this is because it seems like so many people are willing to give this Ferrari dealership a pass by just saying car dealerships all "suck". We should not discourage people to share their experiences (and evidence) by telling them they should keep quiet for fear of ungrounded legal action. Have a good weekend, and I hope you find your Ferrari.