Dear XXXXX glickenstelin
Unfortunately, there is no return on vehicles whether new, used, leased or purchased. Once a contract is signed you are obligated to those terms. If you feel that there was deception in the deal or sale by the dealership then I suggest you might want to discuss this with the consumer division of the NJ Attorney General's office. However, keep in mind they will not provide you legal counsel. But if you can give specifics as to where you feel the deception occurred they will do an investigation. You can reach that office HERE
Best to you in this matter,
Dear XXXXX glickstelin
Your question asked if your could cancel a contract on the purchase of a vehicle - and the legal answer is there would be no recourse unless you can prove deception - high pressured sales tatics do not constitute deception - nor does you not being present at the signing UNLESS someone forged your name- this is a buyer beware situation. That is why I referred you to the AG - in case there was some deception that you are not presenting in your scenario
My answer is correct -
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