In the state of Florida can a person return a new car to a dealership within a reasonable time limit? My 85 year old mother bought a Saturn two days ago and I took her back to the dealership wanting to return it and they refused. When she bought the car she told the salesman that she could not afford more than 300 per month payment and he sold her a car with a payment over 400 dollars. He also put an extended warranty in her contract that she didn
Not that I am aware of however I do have a few ideas for you. Try and contact the "dealer" or the bank your mother signed the contract with. Let them know that you believe the dealer took advantage of your mother who is eighty five years of age! I can
〉 Answered on Jul 30th, 2007 by Becky Chernek, President and Founder at Chernek Consulting Inc.
Ginny, I would suggest you call the Dealer(owner) and explain the situation. Unfortunately it sounds like they really took advantage of your mom. If the dealer does not respond favorably, immediately, consult with an attorney. Do not let this linger!
〉 Answered on Jul 30th, 2007 by Shelly LoCascio, Dealer Principal at Irwin Lincoln Mercury Mazda