[ Buying & Selling ] Open Question : BOUGHT A USED CAR FROM AUTONATION TWO DAYS AGO AND HAS MOTOR mount ISSUES, should I return for my money back or fix?

I bought a car two days ago checked it with my husband. After a few days driving I realized there is a vibration that keeps bothering me. The motor mounts ended up being the problem. I spent so much money on the deposit for the car that it’s hard for me to fix it at this point. The car has a 5-day money back guarantee. I have mixed feelings, should I fix it for $ 500 if the car is worth $ 10,000 based on the inspection. I paid $ 8,900 but I feel like the dealer should have taken care of it. FYI it’s in FL, the car is a Lexus RX 330 old model 2004. Dealer said I should have purchased the warranty if I wanted them to fix it. But they didn t disclose the information on the motor mounts that was stated in the INSPECTION DOCS I found later in the hood of the car from August of this year. They did not fix them because of the cost. Can they sell a car like that without letting you know? I feel very shady about this whole situation… I have a mechanic who will fix the 3 motor mounts for $ 300 but I put so much money into the deposit and insurance… dont know if its worth it Dealer said they will not fix it because I did not purchase the warranty but dont they have to disclose any major issues? Also, they have a 5 day money back guarantee so Im thinking thats my only option. The mechanic saw the rest of the car and said everything else is good. Brakes are new and compressor and valves look new, no leaks.

[ Buying & Selling ] Open Question : BOUGHT A USED CAR FROM AUTONATION TWO DAYS AGO AND HAS MOTOR mount ISSUES, should I return for my money back or fix?

I bought a car two days ago checked it with my husband. After a few days driving I realized there is a vibration that keeps bothering me. The motor mounts ended up being the problem. I spent so much money on the deposit for the car that it’s hard for me to fix it at this point. The car has a 5-day money back guarantee. I have mixed feelings, should I fix it for $ 500 if the car is worth $ 10,000 based on the inspection. I paid $ 8,900 but I feel like the dealer should have taken care of it. FYI it’s in FL, the car is a Lexus RX 330 old model 2004. Dealer said I should have purchased the warranty if I wanted them to fix it. But they didn t disclose the information on the motor mounts that was stated in the INSPECTION DOCS I found later in the hood of the car from August of this year. They did not fix them because of the cost. Can they sell a car like that without letting you know? I feel very shady about this whole situation… I have a mechanic who will fix the 3 motor mounts for $ 300 but I put so much money into the deposit and insurance… dont know if its worth it Dealer said they will not fix it because I did not purchase the warranty but dont they have to disclose any major issues? Also, they have a 5 day money back guarantee so Im thinking thats my only option. The mechanic saw the rest of the car and said everything else is good. Brakes are new and compressor and valves look new, no leaks.