Using your analogy. You install after-market modifications on your vehicle, maybe a sub or something. Someone totals your car. Then replaces your car with a newer model. Then gives you the old model of your car back, too. Except, without the after market modifications. Sure, you're out the cost of your sub, but now you've got two cars.
Sorry friend this argument is not really an argument and is categorically illogical.
Keep in mind that one of these cars is a lemon you never wanted in the first place, this is not a clear way to reason, and defending a position that is wrong does not do you any favors, people need to hold the developers accountable for their mistakes, no more, NO LESS.