The easy way to tell is to go to edmunds.com and look up your car and find out how much it is worth as a trade in and how much it should bring on the open market. Then decide if you want to put out that much effort for that amount of money. Also bear in mind that a dealer can get more money out of a vehicle than you can most of the time. While you are at it, find out how much your new car should be discounted if any. Really hot selling cars often bring more than retail while others might be discounted heavily.
you should take it back to the dealer
Then you should consider yourself fortunate.
act as yourself i guess. Make her feel that she should have you back. Give her a rose?
That would depend on your purchase agreement. If you have no reason to take it back, you would be at the mercy of the dealer. If something goes wrong with it immediately, the dealer should either fix it or take it back. Usually the dealer will give you some kind of written warranty, but even without that, there is an implied warranty of fitness.
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 you are having problems with a brand new vehicle, take it back to the dealer, if you try to fix it yourself, you will loose your warrenty
just take it to the dealer and get one and install it on your own its simple Take it back to the dealer, They can change the unit for you,,,,,, Get one off of eBay,,,,,,, DO NOT buy one from eBay and ask the dealer to install it, They will not like that.,,,,, If you do not have a local dealer, buy it from eBay and take your bike to A regular motorcycle shop,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,Best to change it yourself if you can.
You should just be able to unscrew the back of the key. if not the dealer has a tool to take them apart.
The dealer should be legally bound by the contract which the two of you entered into , a mutual agreement , unless there is an "escape clause" that the dealer can exercise as an option in the contract ; you would best consult an attorney regarding this matter .
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.
It can mean two different things, sort of. It can be either cash back to the dealer from the manufacturer for every car they sell, or it can mean cash back to the customer, sometimes from the dealer, sometimes from the manufacturer, for a purchase.
you should just be yourself, if he/she soesn't like you back, then he/she doesn't know what they are missing.
You can service it yourself or take it to anyplace that changes oil/filter which is all the service it needs at this time. You can of course take it back to the selling dealer or any other Chevy dealer.
It is still under warranty. Take it back to the dealer for repair.It is still under warranty. Take it back to the dealer for repair.
Yes i will release the car back to the dealer even if i did made a first payment. Sandile
Why would the dealer want it back. You bought it, and it is now your car. Remember, buyer beware.
The car should still be under warranty. Take it back to the dealer.
Take the car back to the dealer and demand he repair the car so it will pass emissions tests. if he refuses, contact your State Attorney General.
Without a signature, there is no contract. If you want your money back the dealer is obligated to give it to you.
just be yourself. if they liked u before, then they liked u for who u are.
Experience Back To The Future For Yourself!
open up your glove compartment and towards the back there should be a box module its the 5 numbers on it!!
Get back into it easy for a couple of weeks and build yourself back up to where you were before you quit.
No, the seller is obligated to provide clean title. If the dealer has sold a stolen car, you should be able to get all of your money back.
The pronoun yourself is a reflexive pronoun, meaning 'reflecting back' as a mirror. Example sentence:You made this yourself? You should be proud of yourself.The other reflexive pronouns are myself, himself, herself, itself, ourselves, yourselves, themselves.