Not unless there is some very special language in your purchase contract.
No, in this case it is a push and all bets are returned.
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If this can be done to your car only the dealer can do it. The cost will vary from dealer to dealer and manufacturer to manufacturer. You will have to call the dealer and ask.
The car should have never left the lot until the upgrades were completed. But yes, in this case, the car should be returned, and you should get all your money back.
If it's the theft prevention code that's locked in then only a dealer can unlock it. Some cars have this code to prevent a thief from stealing them and reselling them on the markets.
You don't, you take it to the dealer if you have a problem with it. That car has a recall because it has had a lot of previous problems. The power steering is bad.
That will depend on the state and local laws, the purchase agreement, and the dealer itself.That will depend on the state and local laws, the purchase agreement, and the dealer itself.
Sometimes a dealer will still have unused cars from previous years, but a person generally will have to inquire from each dealer individually.
Button batteries are to be returned to the original dealer or recycled. They may be a recycling center near you.
Once a car is purchased you can not return it to the dealer in Oregon. However if the car has serious mechanical defects it may be returned under the Lemon Law
Yup ... your insurance should cover the damages. The dealer lent you a car in good faith stipulating that the vehicle is returned on the date and time agreed and in the same condition.
Yes. Talk to the seller/dealer.
There is no LAW that allows this.There may be reasons a car can be returned including the Dealer being unable to provide Financing as ppromised or a Negotiated return.BUTThe dealer does not HAVE to take it back under law.
Return it to the dealer.
Yes. If the dealer is trying to change the terms of the sale, then the sale is not final and you should be able to get out of the deal. Find out what car dealers don't want you to know at www.dealertricks.com
Ask a dealer, email the maker or contact the previous owner (if there is one).
No, the buyers remorse law does not apply to the purchase of a new or used vehicle.
A used car can be returned the day after it is purchased in New Mexico if the dealer offers this advantage. Lemon Laws exist in New Mexico and a defective car can be returned the day after it is purchased with no problems.
I would contact the dealer because it could be a mistake
You can sell such a coin to a coin dealer or a collector. Dealers buy coins for as little as they can with the intent of reselling them at a profit whereas a collector buys them to keep in a collection for maybe years at a time. With that in mind you may get a better price if you sell to a collector.
That would be determined in the settling of the estate. As part of the settlement, the vehicle will be sold, given to the appropriate person or returned to the dealer.
Yes, because the dealer sold it to you its rightfully yours.
You should contact your local dealer. Visit www.clubcar.com and select Dealer Locator in the upper right. Enter your zip code, choose XRT Utility and the 3 dealers closest to you will be returned.
The 1987 Chevy Cavalier has airbags. Many of these were recalled due to an airbag defect. When returned to the dealer, the air bag sensors had to be reset.