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What can you do about a car you purchased that does not have the options and specs represented the closing was rushed and you was told the car had satellite radio among other features?

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2005-10-21 22:10:33
2005-10-21 22:10:33

Well, it all depends if all the features are listed within the contract you signed, if it does you have a breach of contract issue, which can be mediated or at the worse, have the contract voided and return the car. In any event, read your contract, if it lists the options you wanted, and the car does not have them, take the contract to a lawyer and have him send a letter to the dealership you got the car from. This will cost you anywhere from $100 to $ 500, but you will get a much better response from the dealer than if you just went down there waiving the contract at them, getting a lawyer tells them you mean buisiness. Just make sure you read that contract word for word first.

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