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Am i obliged to buy this vehicle ?

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Answer #1 | 28/12 2013 20:54
You have no obligation to buy a car from this salesman. Signing an offer is a common psychological trick that salesmen play to make you think you are obligated to buy, but it is meaningless. A sale IS NOT complete until you sign a completed purchase contract and it is accepted by the dealer AND approved by the lender.
Answer #2 | 28/12 2013 20:56
he has nothing but your famous Signature ! the deal is never done until your loan is approved . You did not even sign loan papers . he has nothing , you owe them nothing .
Answer #3 | 28/12 2013 21:04
IS IT A BUYERS CONTRACT? and why did you spend TWO hours negotiating ? Ask for the best price and wait 12 minutes and then LEAVE ! IF you go back into the dealers shop for repairs they will bill you by the TENTH of an hour, that is SIX MINUTES. Give them 12 minutes and if they cannot PROVIDE a solid price in 12 minutes why wait, you are the customer. They make it a cat and mouse game between you and the sales manager and your flunkie sales person is bouncing back and forth like a ping pong ball. I work in these jokes for the last 30 years as a parts guy and we hear more clown show complaints about the front end (sales dept) than I care to rememeber. This is the internet age of car shopping you should already KNOW the BEST price you can get when you hit the dealers lot and the factory incentive offers and the rate buy downs etc, The hardest part is knowing when the factory has DEALER cash for selling more that last year same month (HONDA has this for December right now) then even when they have it once they have met that goal they may decide to keep that extra cash for money in their pocket! I say if it is a buyers order and you have all the copies tear it up, if it is a buyers order and they wanted to void it trust me there is a clause in it to void it. PLEASE tell us that they did not SPOT deliver this car to you (in other words you drove it home) and is there a trade in involved? Based on the info I read I would be looking for another store in my local for that 2013! Tell me also, did he REALLY twist your arm to make you sign it, WOW what a joke, no wonder one of my friends told me she would rather go to the dentist than try to buy a car at a DEALERSHIP!
Answer #4 | 28/12 2013 21:19
If you put any cash down, you lose it, but you can walk away.
Answer #5 | 29/12 2013 10:36
No. That's an old sales trick to make you think you are commited to the sale. It is not. Your signature on that piece of paper means nothing.

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