I purchased a 2019 MDX a spec with 2900 miles on it. I was told that the shop foreman was driving it as his perk vehicle. I got a really good deal on it and when I drove it home, I noticed I was pulling to the right. Upon further examination on the exterior of the vehicle oh, I noticed that the left bumper where the front air dam attaches to the top part of the bumper on the left front wheel well was somewhat detached and I noticed that the fog lights on the left side also was loose. I determined that the vehicle must have hit a curb or something because I looked up the Carfax and there was some suspension work done to it and they had to replace a wheel bearing. I must have brought the car back four times and told them that I needed a printout from the alignment computer, which they never supplied to me. I finally brought the car back again and I have a new service advisor who is taking care of me and told me that they were communicating with American Honda to get to the bottom of it and it may need a new subframe. I just purchase this car as new in January of this year. It's getting to the point that I do not want this car anymore. Do I have a case to tell the dealer that I want them to take the car back and just give me another vehicle that does not have these issues? I feel like I was conned into buying this vehicle because had I known it had any damage like what I am experiencing right now, I would not have purchased the vehicle. I would like anyone's opinion who knows what I'm talking about and also knows what kind of Rights I have. I am contemplating hiring an attorney because I feel like I was completely screwed over and been given the runaround for months. Any help would be appreciated. Thank you.