In the TCE forum, Chris asked: “I recently bought a new vehicle and paid a $250 deposit to “keep” the vehicle. The next morning, I didn`t want to buy the vehicle anymore, because I had found a much better offer. I called them, explained the situation and asked to get my bail back, but they refused. Am I allowed to get my bail back? If you have provided the business manager with all the information necessary to apply (personal, housing, employment, bank link), you can apply on your behalf without having to sign anything, but this certainly should not be the case without your permission. Since you have been approved for Barclays financing, this should not have a significant impact on your creditworthiness unless you repeatedly apply for financing from different institutions. In fact, all they have to do is sign the financing contract itself, the contract that defines how the agreement works. If this clause is not on the back of the contract, the dealer may require you to comply with the contract (that you purchase the vehicle) or that you pay compensation for the actual losses incurred by the dealer. The dealer could, for example, ask you to pay the interest charge for the extra month in which the vehicle is for sale. It is also possible that the dealer will insist that you respect your commitment and take possession of the vehicle. The terms and conditions stipulate that if the order is cancelled, I will have to pay 20% of the price of the car. Of course, I didn`t read it at the time. It`s going to come off at well over a thousand pounds. What do they think will be likely to pursue this issue in law? I was not told about it at the time, and I do not have the money to pay because I would have a loan for the car.
Thank you. Sometimes a dealer can tell them that he has already sold your trade-in, and will offer you the value of the trade-in as stated in the sales contract. The language of the sales contract does not seem to give this option to the car dealership. It requires the return of the trade-in. However, if the dealer at least sells your trade-in, you must inform the car dealer that he must give you the highest value for your trade-in, either the value (1) of the trade-in mentioned in the sales contract, (2) fair value, or (3) what the dealer received when the dealer sold your trade-in. The best advice is “Never give money to a dealer (or sign anything), unless you are 100% obliged to buy the car.” I would take the deal with the main dealer/manager, and if you don`t have fun there, then try the franchise headquarters or the manufacturer`s headquarters in Canada. Also try to contact the financial company directly, as they should be able to inform you of your position on the financial agreement. Hello Stuart, I recently bought a sheet of Nissan after a seller recommended it when I told him what I needed in a car. This is an electric car that has a big lifestyle change with it! The seller indicated that the car was suitable for my role as a social worker, but I think the car is not suitable for the purpose I had communicated to him. The driving range is not as strong as has been announced and I find that I cannot drive at the national speed limit without the range being quickly exhausted.
I had raised my concerns with the seller during the cooling time and was told that I had to drive between 50 and 60 km/h on the dangerous highway.