What to do if I purchased a truck a month ago but as of today I have not had the vehicle in my possession because it has been in the shop for miscellaneous issues?

Question Details: When I called today, I talked to the service manager who now informed me that the engine must be taken apart. Can there be an adjustment made on the contract because my note is due soon? I spoke with the manager of sales wanting to know if they could do something because I have not had the car. He stated that it’s a contractual obligation between the bank and they couldn’t do anything about that. Is that true? That’s a certified vehicle that should have been checked before it hit the lot. Is there anything I can do that can work in my favor?

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