I purchased a 2013 Chevy Cruze LTZ on 6/9/17. I had stated when I called before looking at the car that I was interested in Certified cars, when shopping verified that the car could come with a 3 year warranty like the one I had when I had purchased my previous Cruze brand new. When picking up the car they said they could only do a 2 year bumper to bumper which I agreed to. On 6/12/17 I had trouble accelerating and the check engine light came on, I scheduled an appointment with my local chevy dealer. On 6/13/17 I was showing my new car to someone who noticed that a piece of panel wasn't correctly attached an upon crawling down found the frame underneath had been bent and a new panel had just been placed on top, which I called my sales rep about for repairs and she said I would need to go back to the original dealership (they know I live 3 hours away). Today I went to the local Chevy and found out that I do not have the bumper to bumper warranty and the issue with he oil intake which prevents my car from accelerating reliably is not covered. I contacted Blasius to correct the error in my warranty and they refused and told me I need to bring my car back down there for repairs and that they will not accept any returns even within 7 days.