2020 Acura MDX Transmission replaced at 500 miles
I have a new 2020 Acura MDX and at 500 miles the transmission needed to be replaced. The dealer told me they were replacing it but did not do so. Instead they lied and only replaced a transmission electrical cord and told me it was good to go. This after having it towed in because it would not go into gear and only neutral. I took the car back and that same day I got it back, it did the same thing and needed to be towed in again. This time they say they did replace the transmission, a control module and a new electrical harness. I have complained to Acura and have asked for a new car, but they haven't made a decision yet. The dealer wants me to take the car back and return the loaner. We are an elderly couple and after spending two episodes at the side to the road waiting for a tow truck and a ride somewhere, we are afraid of the car and our health and welfare to be faced with this again in 100 degree heat. Question: what can we do short of filing a lawsuit or lemon law demand to the government and secondly, how does this affect the value of the car?