If a dealership sold a car with no fluids in the engine can you return it if the engine blows less than 1000 miles later?
That has happened before. If I find a link to the case, I'll
provide it. As I recall, the dealership made good on it and gave
the victim -- and that's what he was, a victim -- a new vehicle.
They knew they screwed up beyond all recognition and didn't want
the bad press. (Which they got anyway.) I can't imagine any dealer
giving a customer a hard time over something like this. But that
may mean I have a poor imagination.