In the next section of this answer are a lot of responses about returning cars because you don't like the car, don't like the deal, whatever. The QUESTION, however, was about returning a lemon. Every state has a Lemon Law, which requires the dealer to take the car back if it can't be fixed in a "reasonable" number of attempts. Check http://www.lemonlawamerica.com for your state's lemon law. In, for instance, the car officially becomes a lemon if it can't be fixed in four attempts, or if it's been in the shop for more than 20 days.
So the answer is, no after two attempts, yes after three (many states say three) or four attempts to fix it.Returning a Car to a DealerHere are opinions and answers from FAQ Farmers:
Yes, a person can return a used car to the dealer without penalties. This is only if the return is followed by the rules set in the contract.
As long as you have a warranty, then yes you can return an unsafe used car to the dealer. However, without a warranty, it will be impossible.
Cehck to see if it qualifies for the "Lemon Law"?
You have three days, by law to return the car. It should state this in your contract.
yeah. beat him dwn. or take your case to a lawyer and get more $$$$ with sue
No, the 3-day "cooling off" period in which a purchaser may return merchandise/items without penalty does not apply to vehicles.
You can usually return a faulty car back to the dealer, but to be repaired. You cannot return a car unless the dealer refuses to have it repaired.
Once you sign the papers, it is your car. You cannot return it unless the dealer agrees to the return.
Yes, you can, if you're returing under a warranty. Warrnanties make you able to return the car whenever you want.
Possibly, depends on the dealer. I run a used car dealership, and the only way I would take a car return is if there is a major problem with it. Bad motor, transmission, etc. I wouldn't do it if you just simply changed your mind.
depends on your contract agreement and if it was under warranty. most likely you can return it if you talk to the dealer.
You can return a new car if the dealer made a mistake on the contract depending on the type of mistake. If the dealer place the wrong vehicle on the contract, you could return the vehicle.
No penalty..but the return may be considered incomplete and not filed...which could cause late filing penalties and interest to be charged.
There is no return policy unless the dealer agrees to this. You bought the car so it is yours. A car dealer is not like Walmart where you can return an item you bought.
No, you can not return the car.
Most stores will not allow the return of ammunition.
You do not have a period of time to return a used car in Ohio. You are stuck with your car unless it is a lemon situation on the lemon law. Then you have to proof that the dealer would not work with you to fix the problem.
You cannot return a car to the dealer. The buyer's remorse law does not apply to the purchase of a vehicle of any kind.
No. Well ... probably not. You can always ask the dealer; they might be nice and let you return it (if you pay a penalty/restocking fee/a little something something for their trouble).
Not sure there is a penalty. However, it could tie up your tax return for a while until the IRS straightens it out. May have to refile a corrected tax return.
By law you should beable to return anything
You could try. It might not work, though. Some dealers might allow you to trade it in for another car if there is a major problem.
One of the exclusions to the 10% penalty is disability. You have to considered completely disable without the ability to ever return to employment. However, you will have to pay taxes on the monies.
To inflict a punishment or penalty in return for; revenge: avenge a murder.
There is no right to rescission on any contract involving the purchase or lease of a vehicle. However the leasing dealer may allow you to cancel the lease with a penalty of course. You need to contact the dealers finance officer.