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dealer and buyer responsibility question

 
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ivehadit ivehadit
New User | Posts: 3 | Joined: 06/12
Posted: 06/27/12
02:14 PM

An unfortunate set of events led to this post. We signed for a car, with a tradein. the day we were to pickup the car, the trade-in developed a major problem. The dealer wants to up the price by the value of the trade-in. However, the lease papers had been signed and the tradein title signed over the night before. Does all the responsibility fall on my shoulders as the buyer? If i decide to not buy the new car, they keep the money for the plates, and i hope they return my deposit. any suggestions on how to approach this?  

Nick.Joel Nick.Joel
User | Posts: 154 | Joined: 06/12
Posted: 07/06/12
06:13 AM

Hi,

It has been seen that if the trade-in starts showing problems then some of the dealers behave like this. No, I don't think that it's your fault. But it's your bad luck for sure. Talk to them and also talk to some other dealers. See what others have to say about the situation. You may also ask your dealer about other options, if there is any.

Good Luck!  
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