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I went to Hendrick honda of hickory in mississippi on 9/28/13, well I wanted to trade my used car (Honda Accord 2002) so I can buy a car. Well I liked the hyundai santa fe 2010 so the sales guy told me it cost 16,000 and it had 56, 200 miles in it and not only that but he said my monthly payments would be $410 mo. for 72 mo. that is like 30, 000. I went by myself to buy the car, i signed a lot of papers and the guy didnt even explain to me what everything I was signing was. I called back to see how much they gaved me for my old car they said 2000, so i got confused i thought they should of taken some of my payments down if they bought my old car for 2000, but it doesnt seem like that happen. I feel like i gaved my old car for free, and they ripped me off on the 2010 Hyundai. I believe if i would of gotten a new 2013 car 30,000 would be worth it. Is there like a 3 day or 5 day if you like it or not you can change it or return it?? i want to get my old car back....help please me, what can I do?
Something doesn't add up here. If the car was $16,000 and assume your trade-in simply covered the tax/title/tags in order to get to $410 a month over 72 months the interest rate would have to be 21%! you have the worlds worst credit, but please find out how much you actually financed as that is also the payoff amount. The amount financed and interest rate are on the same form that lists the length of the loan and monthly payment. Hopefully the main issue is the interest rate and you can simply head to your bank and refi for 4-6% over a much shorter term (example 48 months at 6% on $16.5K is $388 a month.) Sounds like you got ripped off every way possible...you could have easily sold the Accord for $3-5K yourself with little problem at all. Can you return the car...you better call a local lawyer asap and find out, the dealer isn't going to give you anything just because they screwed you upside down. This is why you never go alone to a car dealer and never listen to a word they say until you see the finance contract because that is where they always will screw you by changing the terms to get you to pay retail or higher plus high interest!
It sounds like it is the interest rate that is driving the total cost up. There is a way to get out of this and that would be to go to your bank and finance the car from there. They will pay off the dealer early so the interest rate won't have time to collect and you should be able to get a better deal. Don't blame other people for not telling you what your signing you can tell by the other people answering it is your job to know. As for the trade in your out of luck, you should have gotten the blue book value before you got there. I'll bet your not going to be a life long customer at that dealer. Tell your friends, dealers like word of mouth.
It's too late now, you already signed the purchase agreement and accepted the terms of the deal. There is no 3 day or 5 day right to return unless it is something the dealer offers. There is no right to return a car after the sale.
The interest rate on your loan must be very high. This was no deal at all. If you have decent credit you might have a new one for that money. You are supposed to read everything that you sign, all of it. Salesman is not your friend.
It your responsibility to read what you are signing and ask questions. Not sure if you can get out of this contract or not you need to go back and ask them. If you sgined that yellow paper that said "AS-IS" you are likely stuck with the car.
Some states have laws to protect the consumer. Reread your paperwork, look over the interest rate and look over all the numbers. You need to understand fully what they did and if necessary go back to the dealer, get in their face, don't be ashamed to have other customers hear how they ripped you off