So you agreed to a deal and now regret the decision that you made, so you’re trying to use a technicality to get out of honoring it? How would you feel if you loved the car and the dealer tried to take it back because they sold it to you too cheap? I guess integrity is a thing of the past.
Because car dealerships are where integrity thrives, what’s up with the holier than thou attitude?
Return the car and get something you like more
OP didn’t initiate this issue. The dealer wants them to come back because the contract was rejected. If remorseful, why not explore all options?
Nobody put a gun to their head. They willingly entered into the deal. I guess I’m old fashioned, but I think if you make an agreement, you should honor it. The notion that “car dealers don’t have integrity” is a weak excuse. If that’s the case, don’t enter into an agreement with them in the first place. If you want to return a car and the dealer is willing to accept it, great. If you use what very well may be an honest mistake to stick them with something they didn’t want, I think that shows a lack of integrity.
Appreciate your response. However, you don’t know all the facts and circumstances of my situation. Also, this entire site is dedicated to making sure dealerships don’t screw people over, so not sure why integrity is now an issue. If this is the one time the dealer “loses” so be it.
It can be complicated.
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Well don’t forget to keep us updated on how this works out for you now that I’m emotionally committed to your story
Something tells me they already had sold it above MSRP.
So you want more features for less money … than a Kia?
Don’t want the car at all.
Probably shouldn’t have leased it, then. Just a thought.
… just teasin ya.
Unless you plan to walk or take the bus everywhere, what are you going to replace it with?
I won’t be replacing it at this time.
So, what happened when you dropped the Kia off?
Car returned with no issues or penalties