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So, how can I help? What is the issue?
i bougth a car 1 hour ago
Ok....and what happened?
and I didnt test drive and after i sign everything i dont like how it feels
Unfortunately, that is not grounds for rescinding a contract.
by the time I left the were closing can I return it tommorrow?
or at least exchange it? for a different car?
they never offered me a test drive
are you there?
Whether or not they let you is up to you. Buyers remorse however is not going to give you a way out.
what can I do?
What is the probelm?
Put another way, I doubt you would have legal grounds to change the deal at this point.
so ...do I have to keep a car that i dont like?
If you don't like it, why did you buy it?
I never tought that it will feel that heavy
what options do I have?
The time for investigating whether or not you would like the car is before you agree to purchase it. Unfortunately if you fail to fully investigate and then change your mind after you buy, you have no legal grounds to give it back. If the dealership wants to work with you perhaps you can alter the deal, but the are under no obligation to do so.
is there something that i can tell them to try to work with me about getting a different car?
The only thing that comes to mind is telling them you want to buy a more expensive car.
so its up them now
Pretty much. I know you don't want to hear this, but as I see the law, your failure to fully investigate before you purchased leaves you with few options.
ok...well thank you
Sorry I don't have a better answer.
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