I live in New Hampshire and I recently went to purchase a new vehicle and I fell that I was pressured into purchasing the vehicle. Several times I told them that I wanted to think about and let the know the next day, but the just kept bring up more deals and ended up with a lease that I really don't want now.
Unfortunately they had me sign the sales contract. I have not picked up my new vehicle yet as I was told it had a leak at 13 miles and needed to be repaired. To me this feels like a possible problem vehicle and I'm being sold a defective vehicle.
There website "quirkchevynh.com" was somewhat deceptive in that it stated large discounts but would not elaborate these discounts. When I printed out the vehicle I was interested in, it stated at the bottom of the page the MSRP and directly below that was the SALE PRICE with nothing stating discounts.
The VALUE YOUR TRADE portion gave me a value between 8,000 and 10,000 for my vehicle that is in good to fair condition, but got 3,500.
When you fill out the GET YOUR SALE PRICE, you get an email with coupon to bring with you that stated added value, but never get a sale price.
Not my area of expertise, but here's a link to some helpful information and potential resources (from the NH Attorney General's webpage): http://doj.nh.gov/consumer/sourcebook/autos-new.htm
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You may have the defense of duress to the lease agreement. Making this determination is fact intensive and typically a lot of variables are at play. A local attorney can give you a better understanding of how your state has handled these cases. I would read through the agreement carefully and speak with a local attorney. Good luck!
You need to speak to a local contracts and lemon law attorney at once. I am not sure how much the "pressure" will matter, since you did sign the contract, but there may be a way for you to rescind the agreement if you act quickly.
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