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I BOUGHT A 01 HYUNDAI SONATA (State of Florida)COST$5,000. THEY GAVE pennsylvania A WE OWE FOR THE CHECK ENGINE LIGHT SAID IT WAS JUST A MECHANICAL PART ON THE MIRRORS, THEY NEVER HONORED THE WE OWE AND I HAVE HAD IT pennsylvania THE SHOP 3 TIMES AND TOWED TWICE DUE TO BRAKES AND WHATEVERS AILS THE CAR...I RECENTLY HAD THE LATEST MECHANIC TEAR IT APART AND HE SAID THEY COULD FIND NOTHING WRONG, THEY DROVE IT THAT DAY WITH THE SAME RESULT IT GAVE OUT AFTER 5 MILES. I HAVE NO MORE MONEY TO PUT INTO THE CAR, IT WON;T DRIVE AND I HAD TO RENT CARS AND MISS DAYS OF WORK FOR THIS CAR ISSUE....IS THERE ANY RECONCILATION FOR ME...I CALLED MY FINANCE COMPANY AND MADE THEM AWARE OF THE DETAILS, BUT THEY NEVER CALLED BACK, THE DEALERSHIP THAT SOLD IT TO pennsylvania WON'T RETURN MY CALLS. I'M AT MY WITS END, I JUST WANT A DECENT CAR TO DRIVE TO WORK.....I WANT TO RETURN IT AND FILE FOR BANKRUPTCY...IS THIS MY ONLY WAY OUT OF THE LOAN? I'VE SPENT OVER $1300 ON REPAIRS, TOWS & CAR RENTALS pennsylvania A RESULT. MY PAYMENT IS CURRENT.
Dear Friend: I'm so sorry for your struggles, however there is one last resort. Call your dealer and leave them a message or go there in person and talk to the owner or the highest ranking person in charge. Tell this person that you will be talking to a TV consumer reporter for whatever mostly watched local channel in your area and tell him that you are not playing anymore games and that their ignorance has brought you to this. Don't get frustrated and wave your arms up in the air yet, follow thru on this because once this gets negative publicity they will jump all over it and make it right. You need to know what your rights are especially with consumer laws in your state. Another option would be to call your attorney Generals office for the state where you live and ask them what to do. If theres wrong doing they will work on your behalf. Your state should have a Lemon Law... Good Luck, go to the TV. You do most damage in less time and you reach people in the whole state. You will ruin his business for sure, and after that call the Better businesss bureau and complain to them about him as well. Tchau, Jonathan... PS STAY AWAY FROM HYUNDAI'S THEY ARE THROW AWAYS...That car could have been underwater in Louisiana somewhere before it came to your state, and before buying another car write the VIN number down and contact the DMV to see what the history of that car is. It could be a Katrina car!
Nope, it doesn't work that way. You can't "drop the loan", you borrowed money and you are obligated to pay it back. Car sales are final - there's no changing your mind or right to cancel the deal. If it was a new car, you take it to the dealer and get it fixed under warranty. If it is a used car, then you're on your own. Once you signed the paperwork, that car became your problem. And for the 1000th time, there is no 3-day cooling off period when you buy a car! Not in any state! There is an exception in CA, but you have to purchase the option to return a used vehicle.
If they gave you a "We Owe" in writing, it seems to me that it would be a contract. Failure to live up to that is called breach of contract. You need an attorney. Hell I live in Florida and have never heard of a "We Owe" in connection with any contract, but then I'd never take delivery of a car that had a defect until that defect had been corrected. If you have had brake problems three times in a short time, it would seem either the brakes are not being competently repaired (a safety and thus legal issue) or you are exceedingly hard on brakes. Last point is I am really surprised to hear the car involved is a Hyundai. Those things are usually real little tanks for durable, so my surmise is that the problem is far more inadequate repair than inherent defect. Do you know if the car has been in a wreck, or is perhaps a "revived" hurricane/flood damaged vehicle? Lot of Katrina cars showing up in Florida these days.
Hmm.. tough call, not sure of all the legalities there, but maybe the best thing is to sell the car?? Get as much as you possibly can get, pay off as much of the loan you can, and save yourself from bankruptcy. You don't want something like that biting you in the a$$ somewhere down the line. Do you have anything written that states the car is driveable when you bought it, maybe you could take the dealer to court for th cost of the car??
A mirror problem will not turn the check engine light on. if they gave you a 'we owe' in writing, then you have them dead to rights. an '01 model car is not cosidered a lemon. the finance company does not care about the problems you are having with the dealer. it is not their problem. do not file bakruptcy over a 5k debt.i like the idea of getting the local tv station do a report on this. next time when you buy a car, if there is something wrong with it, refuse delivery until it's fixed to your satisfaction. sorry about jumping around with many answers, just trying to help with alot in your question.
I had to file Chapter 7 over a Pontiac Montana.stay away from Korean cars, and that goes for Ford,Dodge,and G.M. Toyota ,and Honda are your best bet.
Contact a lawyer as they may be in breach of contract! You are stuck with the loan........filing for bankrutpcy would destroy your credit rating for years and the possibility of getting another vehicle would be a problem as no bonafide credit agency would touch you with a ten foot pole.