no you can not return a used car if they charge you $2000. The reason is that you should have asked about everything including that $2000. If you signed a contract on it then there is no way you can prove that they charged you for something that you didnt know about.
I suggest finding a dealer in your area or checking a phone book, many people will charge you for this much info and step by step directions. I suggest calling a boat dealer or to find books with this info.
Car Max dose have BMW x3s for sale. About 109 of them were found all ranging from the prices of 20,000 dollars. Price for used vehicles excludes tax, title and tags, but includes $99 dealer processing charge, and for new vehicles includes freight charge, but excludes tax, title, tags and $99 dealer processing charge.
Take the to the bank or to a coin dealer.
A person who in charge of a game in a casino.
Have it appraised by a knowledgeable dealer.
No the auctual auction does not charge tax, they get a fee of the total price, but once a dealer sells that car that dealer has to pay taxes on that vehicle.
he was found in newyork but he explained that he was kicked out of home and is now a drug dealer
He can charge you anything you allow him to charge. If you feel you are getting ripped off just walk away. You control this and do not allow the dealer to pressure you into some deal you know is not right.
Setting ignition timing on a Harley is fairly simple. The cost of a timing light would be far less than a dealer would charge to do it for you. They start at around thirty dollars. Once you have your own timing light you'll never again have to pay a dealer to set your ignition timing. But if I had to guess what a dealer would charge, I'd say about an hour's labor (it doesn't take that long, though).
14.50 dollars at the dealer
looking for value of silver dollars
at no charge, the dealer can give it to you or do it
If you are out of warranty, yes. The dealer does not have to provide free estimates.
If it has recalls you can take it to a new car dealer for that make and have the recalls completed at no charge.
There is usually not a cost difference between the provider and the dealer. Check both places before placing an order. Yes, a cell phone dealer will charge more than a cell provider. This is because with a cell provider you will likely sign or be on a contract with them where they will make the full price of the phone eventually.
They charge the car services and the replacements of the parts of a car. It depends on the car, the type of service (major, minor, periodical) and whether the service is being done by a main dealer or not.
the manufactures initial charge to the dealer
They can charge whatever they want.
This question really has a variant of answers. It depends on your John Deere dealer. Some will charge a restocking fee on items, especially parts, to cover the cost of returning those unused parts. Some won't charge for return parts, so you just need to contact your dealer.
It would be about $200 - $2000 dollars
170 dollars from a dealer, 110 from lordco, or just bushes 30 each from dealer or 22 on line
A dealer can charge a restocking fee if a truck is driven off the car lot, and returned within a few hours or a few days. Actually, $250.00 is cheaper than most car or truck dealers would charge for this service.