Whomever signed the contract is responsible for the balance.
No. The fact that you didn't get the best price doesn't change the fact that you bought the car.
Assuming you signed a contract, bought the car and there's no major defect, you can't return it to the dealership. There's no buyer's remorse law that applies to cars. It was assumed by the law that you, a reasonably intelligent adult, knowingly entered into a contract understanding its terms and conditions. Unless the car is a lemon, its yours.
I don't know of any dealership that would allow that. On the other hand any dealership will accept a vehicle bought from them for trade in, but I have no doubt that you will lose money on the deal.
Probably not if the contract you signed said "as is". Check your state lemon laws for buying vehicles.
There is no return period unless the dealer has such a voluntary, user friendly policy. Most car sales are final. You need to read your contract and know the dealer's policies before signing anything.
A 2007 Cadillac Escalade is best bought from a dealership. When it is bought from a dealership, there is usually some sort of warranty that comes with it that an Escalade from a private seller may not have.
Repossessed cars may be purchased from many car dealerships some specialize in repossessed vehicles and others may have the occasional defaulted payment. Another great place to find repossessed cars is with a financial institution, there are many people struggling, taking credit, the car is often the first thing repossessed when the loan is called in.
If it isn't in your name it shouldn't be.
it depends on the dealership.
that means u just bought a stolen car.
The person who bought the car didn't make payments so the bank takes it back.
Go to the dealership that you bought it from or look in the manual thing that you get when you bought the car.
Go to the DMV and register for one. It costs extra but they should be able to do it
The dealership where you bought it.
Contact the dealership. Maybe somebody just sent the wrong paperwork (it happens). If they don't correct it toot sweet then I'd advise reporting them to whoever oversees car dealerships in your state (probably the Department of Motor Vehicles and/or the Consumer Protection Agency) to get it resolved.
i bought a remote key from the audi dealership and i wanted to know if there's a way to program my key without going to the dealership?
No the dealership is under no obligation to allow a consumer to return the car. Once the contract is signed the car has a new owner and belongs to the buyer.
depends on the contract
yes you can
A Locksmith shop, the dealership, or Ebay would be your best sources.
Depends on the dealership you bought the parts from. Usually 30 days...
I believe you would owe the difference. If you owed 10,000 on the vehicle and it was repossessed and someone else bought it for 8,000 you would owe 2,000.
You need to go to the dealership to get the code. I was told it needed to be the original dealership in which it was first bought but don't quote me on that.