Most used cars are sold 'As Is' - In those instances you take the good with the bad, no matter how bad 'bad' gets. Used cars are exactly that ... used ... and used means things can and will go wrong.
Not if they say that they are selling it "as is" or if they say that it has transmission problems.
He doing his time for obviously doing the multiple crimes
Dealer first, then Toyota Corp and then court. Make sure that you have very serious grounds for complains. There are numerous cases won by people because of problems with their new cars.
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Yes i will release the car back to the dealer even if i did made a first payment. Sandile
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Once a car is purchased you can not return it to the dealer in Oregon. However if the car has serious mechanical defects it may be returned under the Lemon Law
there is no way to. Sorry as is buyer beware.
Is any kind of assistance does the vehicle manufacturer provided to a franchised dealer Is to give them information about the cars and products they want to give to the franchised dealer to sell them on, also to assist any problems they have which a car from the franchised dealer.
Please visit the dealer to get these problems fixed.
If you have problems with the front and back stabilizer of your Range Rover, take it to an accredited dealer to fix it for you.
You are in serious need of an Owner's manual. Sources are Dealer, Salvage yard, Ebay, and many online sourses. Search Google with the term, "Automobile Owner's Manual".You are in serious need of an Owner's manual. Sources are Dealer, Salvage yard, Ebay, and many online sourses. Search Google with the term, "Automobile Owner's Manual".
Check with your dealer. Seems to me that there was a recall or service bulletin on the driver's seat belt.
give the car in the service
You can speak with an attorney regarding possibly suing a used car dealer in PA. If you were overcharged and the vehicle is having issues, you might be out of luck if you purchased it 'as is.'
well did you contact your dealer about that or did he notice you about some problems or maybe is on hold some problems go see your dealer about that problem and tolk about it
You are in serious need of an owner's manual. Sources are, Dealer, Salvage Yard, Ebay, and many online sources.
Most of the time you can. It really just depends on the dealer.
you can for a private seller but if you buy multiple car's and lease them it would be illegal unless you have a dealer license.
This airbag issue is part of a recall by Mazda. You should contact your dealer.
The dealer told me Dextron II for my 91, I used it and have had no problems.
Most states have a "no-cooling off" period for vehicle purchases. This applies whether problems occur or not.
This is a 'dealer only' item. You must go to the Nissan dealer and purchase Nissan 4 Matic-D fluid. Otherwise you can end up with much larger transmission problems