It's a great feeling to drive a brand-new car directly off the dealer's lot. The easy, smooth acceleration when you pull onto the highway. The smell of the leather interior, fresh carpets and never-before-used electronics. Adjusting the buttons and dials of the amenities that only come with a new automobile. It reminds you of what the thrill of driving and car ownership is about.
Until six months later when you've found yourself at the dealership for repairs for the fifth time, that is. That's when you have to ask yourself, "Did they sell me a lemon?"