• Usually once you've bought it it's yours. Unless they have advertised a 30 day trade-in or money back deal (VERY rare nowadays - and usually only on new vehicles). The option they would present you with (in my experience) would be to trade it in for a different car. In that case, you would lose thousands of dollars on what you paid and be in the hole even more. A good piece of advice is to ensure you have money to pay for the vehicle, insurance, etc. and then have some left over on top of that. If you can't, then you can't afford the car. Hope this helps, Good luck
  • You have to call the dealer and aske them.

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