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What is the name of your state? Arizona

I purchased a Dodge today...I questioned payment amount (current car cost $24,000. pay about $400. for 60 months...Dodge car costs 23,500. and pay $450 for 84 months) I asked finance to review numbers...he said it was all correct...so I signed the contract. Upon reviewing everything at home, I found that they overcharged me for the Dodge...listed the selling price as $27,100. on contract (sticker price was @26,350 then I was supposed to get the advertised employee discount (just over $3,000) but the sale price went up $371.00...then the final amount owed after other charges was $31,100 and on the loan application, they put the amount financed as $37,000. So I'm paying about $1,000 more than I thought I was (plus interest for 84 months). Do I have a right to return the car due to the errors, or am I stuck because I signed already?

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