Can You Return a Brand New Car?

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If your car needs normal maintenance, there’s a good chance you’ll take it to the dealer.

If you take your car to the dealer, there’s a good chance you’ll find out the car needs more repairs.

If your car needs more repairs, you’ll probably be upset about the repair bill.

If you’re upset about the repair bill, there’s a good chance you’ll think about trading your car in instead of repairing it.

If you trade your car in, you’ll probably wind up with a new car.

If you wind up with a new car, chances are, the next day you’ll wish you had your old car back.

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Any Recourse for Buyer’s Remorse?

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When you go out and buy a new toaster today, you can return it tomorrow if you wake up and decide the toaster just wasn’t in your holiday budget. Aside from the hassle of locating the receipt and driving back to the store, you’ll get your money back quickly and easily.

Now let’s say you are in your 2001 truck and it doesn’t start right away when you want to go back to the store and return the toaster. When it does start, every rattle and clunky gear change as you drive makes you think you should get rid of the battle-worn old thing.

You stop at a dealer, just for information, but leave two hours later in a shiny new 2013 truck. You were taken by its smell inside, the new technology features and the incredible offer of a trade-in on your old rust-bucket.

You’re feeling great, go return your toaster, and drive home with the pride of a new vehicle.

Until morning. You wake up with a twist in your gut wondering what you did and how you’ll afford the monthly payments. You miss your old truck. You have a faint memory of hearing something about a 3-day return policy for cars, and you decide you’ll look into it.

But is it truly possible to return a new vehicle?

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