I bought my 2014 cruze "new" from the dealership on 3/27/15 with 3000 miles. I asked them how the car is new with those miles and they said it was never owned by anyone and that it's still considered new. I asked them about the manufacturer's warranty and they said they would adjust the 3yr b2b and 5yr powertrain warranty. They adjusted the mileage to 39k and 103k, but the time started ticking down 10/07/14, when the dealer put it into service , 5 months before I bought the vehicle. On my contract it states delivery date 3/27/15, delivery miles 3,000. 3 years 39k miles b2b and 5 years 103k power train. Cam cover gasket was leaking and brought it in to get replaced. Powertrain is suppose to be good till 3/27/2020. Service tech told me it was leaking and was covered under powertrain, I authorized the repair and had to wait 2 weeks for the valve cover assembly. It was done yesterday and I picked up the vehicle and signed paperwork and said warranty $0. Today I get called from the dealership saying my warranty was expired and I owe them $400 after they had my car for 2 weeks and didn't have a loaner available. They said my warranty expired 10/7/19 on powertrain and demanding money.