Can you return a new car?
No. It is nothing more than a myth that the "Buyer's Remorse" or "Cooling Off Period", laws apply to the purchase of an vehicle of any kind, new or used. Those type laws do not apply to vehicle purchases in any state. Once you purchase a vehicle you own it. Also once you purchase a new vehicle it becomes a used vehicle the instant you drive it off the lot and is worth far less than before. Those type laws apply to unsolicited sales as in a door to door salesman or phone sales. The only way you could return a vehicle is if the selling dealer had such an offer as GM has done in the past, or if the selling dealer agreed to allow you to return the vehicle. Otherwise you are stuck with your decision to buy the vehicle.
Unless there's a defect with the new car or a defect in the used car that was purported to be working fine, you can't return a car. The purchase of a car is a contract agreement and is legallly binding. Unless the seller breached the contract by failure to disclose serious problems, you own the car.
A 3 day new car return policy is a myth. Unless it says so in your contract, or your state has a 3 day return law, you are stuck with your new car for the terms that were agreed upon. The only exception is if under a lemon law, there is something majorly wrong with the car within the first 30 days or so many hundred miles.
i just bought a brand new car 24hrs ago and the engine was stalling on me. can i return it. get another car or cancel the deal completely. I did your spelling corrections. You take the car to the dealer and tell them what it was doing. You probably will not get a new car. They will probably fix it. It's not like you have purchased a toaster and it didn't work. Give the dealer…
The car you bought was a new car but the car you are returning is a used car. It has lost quite allot of value in the 2 days you owned. Legally you cannot return the car but the selling dealer may agree considering you are buying a higher priced version of the same car. You are basically trading in your used 2 day old car on a new car. This will cost you dearly.