No. Buyers remorse does not apply to automobiles.
depends: if you mean complete return then it really depends on the network you bought it with: o2 yes (but no refund of airtime credit because that can be used up) otherwise no. If it is faulty you should be able to return if bought less than 28 days ago either for a refund (not airtime credit) or a faulty exchange.
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.
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