You have the right to terminate a contract to buy a car from a car dealership: Hello Stuart, last week, on March 25, 2015, went to the subaru dealership to take a look at his (brand new) outback as it was for my husband. We told them a particular vehicle that we are looking for, we have others to try. And they told us to deposit a deposit of $250.00 DE to keep a price they offered, and we told them we had a vehicle I wanted to trade it in, and they said, that`s okay, we can sort it later, so we pay a $250.00 deposit, and we went to the nearest dealership, Toyota. And then we saw the Prado, the country cruiser, and my husband was happy to take the Prado 2015. After concluding everything with the Toyota and exchanging our vehicle for it, and we paid extra money on it, they gave us a contract and an official document for the vehicle, then we went back to the Subaru to cancel the Outback, and they told us, legally we bought their vehicle, and I asked them, what it can be. So they said that once you pay a deposit, you will be blocked for the full price of the vehicle. We didn`t know anything about it, and if we did, we wouldn`t pay for any acomphement, so they ask us to see our contract, but we didn`t have one. We signed the deposits, but we know we signed the contract. They didn`t explain to us anything about what will happen if we agree to pay a reward, and they didn`t say that the acomphement is non-refundable, Greetings We went on the weekend to our local Renault dealership with the intention of buying a new Renault Captur on PCP financing. We tested the car on Saturday and we put everything in place. We were offered the option to choose a pre-registered car to make the deal go much faster, and with cheaper monthly payments, we agreed to all of this. We then paid a £100 acomphement on Sunday over the phone, with the additional agreement to partially exchange our car. We went to the dealership and signed the agreement last night.
Taking a closer look at the signed agreement, however, it is stated that the car measures as an odometer of 10,204 miles. As far as I know, this would result in the car being used and not pre-registered and therefore wrongly sold to us. Where are we with the termination of this agreement? Or could we change it to have the new car we originally hoped for? If you buy a car from a dealership, your cancellation and refund rights are different if you buy personally or buy over the phone/online (distance selling). Hello Stuart, in February 2015 I ordered a Jeep Renegade via Pcp and deposited a deposit of £1000. It`s now almost 6 months and no car, I spoke at headquarters, and there is no credit car, no compensation, no information about what happens to my new car order and a very inserting apology from the manager I spoke with. Very unfortunate at the moment. The car was promised in 12 weeks and it was promised in July. No show! In these circumstances where I do not make anything available, can I cancel my order and recover my deposit? Thank you for your help. If you plan to pay for the vehicle in installments, you will most likely have a tempe purchase contract. Once the contract is signed, you will have 2 days to terminate it. This period begins when you and the merchant are in possession of a copy of the contract.
I first called the financial company this morning and they told me that the agreement had been activated yesterday, so if I annuded the agreement with them, I had to pay for the car in full. .