When a potential car buyer goes to a Pennsylvania dealership, the staff will likely do whatever it takes to make a sale. Once the car is sold, however, the dealership can act in an indifferent manner toward the new owner. This is because the manufacturer is responsible for any defective vehicles that it sells. Therefore, while the dealer's service center will attempt to make repairs, it has little to lose if the issue isn't fixed.
As a general rule, a car sale in Pennsylvania is final once a buyer signs the loan and purchase paperwork. However, it is possible, though rare, that a dealer will decide to take back the car in a process known as "unwinding the deal." In other cases, a dealer will have a specific policy that allows a buyer to return a vehicle under certain conditions.
Many car dealerships claim to prioritize customer satisfaction, but what really motivates those sales? Unfortunately, many hard-working people are purchasing vehicles that are not in their best interest. This is a constant problem that leaves buyers seeking legal restitution for a downward investment based on misleading claims. So, why does this continue to happen?