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I wrote it all down, and sent. Then the request for county, etc. came up and you got only this. Oh well. Time is short to go through it all again. Basically I bought a Nissan JUKE and it was NOT the car wanted. It was an AWD, not a FWD (which the salesman knew for more than a week I was looking to buy). This means my reason for buying, to get better gas mileage than a mini-van, did not happen. Space in the rear for storage was taken away by the extra tire because the AWD forced it to be higher up in the rear. There are more details; but what can be done other than calling Nissan headquarters to open a "case" which I did. They will call dealer today, they said. Salesman deceived and placed an extended warranty of $1479 on contract without asking me. My answer is always NO to that. I returned one night and had that removed from contract. Salesman and sales manager are not talking to me. What is my next step? Is there fraud? Deciete? Salesman commented that with sale, they would meet their quota for the week! What can be done?
There is a theory of law that suggests you can return a vehicle if the buyer was misled as to a material fact. For example, if you clearly stated that you needed to get at least 25 mph and were told that the car got 25 but actually only gets 20, you may have a cause of action.
To that end, did you clearly state your requirements for the car? If so, were you misled by the salesman?
This is a very interesting point, Joseph. I will look into it further as it appears to apply in this case.
Thank you very much.
To expand on the Info Request, you need to consider the conversations between yourself and the salesman. If you clearly and unequivocally stated certain necessary requirements, you may have an issue. Having said that, it can't be a situation where you simply stated that you were interested in certain things. By this I mean, if you simply said, "I would like to get about 25 mph", that certainly would not suffice. For the theory to apply, the statements would need to be much more clear.
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