What is the name of your state? North Carolina
I received a car dealer's brochure in the mail addressed to me saying that I was one of only 400+ people in Charlotte who were invited to this special car sale due to my excellent credit(please don't laugh at me).
I ended up giving a trade in and down payment totaling $7000.00. Ford Credit financed the $ 16,333 balance for me. The salesman told me that N.C. did not provide a "cooling off" period for that purchase and all sales were final.
Several days later I found out that I'd paid $ 23,360 ( $ 7000. + $16, 333) for a vehicle that kelly blue book states the trade in value was only $13,200, the private party sale value ws $ 15,300, and the dealer's suggestd retail price was $ 17,485.
Theoretically, I paid anywhere from $ 6000. - $ 10,160 in excess of the vehicle's value.
Since I did receive a personal solicitation (sales brochure) at my home through the mail inviting me to their dealership for this"special" sale, can this possibly qualify for NC's "cooling off" period.
Can I return the vehicle and get my down payment back?