This car looks nice on the outside, but to be honest its junk. I don't think anyone would intentionally want to buy crap if they had a choice. However things like unfair monopolies, maybe other options being cost prohibitive, being stuck in a poor credit cycle, young and naive (been there,) and even females reported are charged more for identical cars than any other demographic if they show up without a male companion. Enter the government to offer consumer protections. Some people support that. My state has lemon laws that allow people to return cars for a full refund if they have chronic mechanical problems. Lack of warranty sales must be clearly disclosed. That said, I think the private sector consumer protection services, although not identical in what they provide, offer greater benefits in many cases.