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Good morning. No, it should not. The only way it could change would be if there is language in the contract which was signed, that allows the dealer additional time for inspection and if something is revealed at that time, then the value can be adjusted. However, if that was the case, you should be able to decide at that time if you want to proceed with the deal or back out, since the terms and conditions would change, now that the value is less then originally thought of, which could effect the agreed upon price.
There could be a clause any where in the contract, so you simply want to review it. It should be around where the trade in value is stated and mentioned, since this would be where it could be stated. However, the entire contract needs to be looked over, since they are always different.
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