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Asked on: 5/25/09, 7:00 pm

used car purchase

I bought a used car on saturday. I asked the salesman if the car had anti-lock brakes and he said yes that they were standard. When I was with the financial guy, I asked him the same question. He also said that they were standard. Come to find out, the car does not have anti-lock brakes at all. I would not have bought the car if I had known this. My insurance will go up now and I would not have bought the car had I been told the truth. Also, I got home and found out later that the rear lights on the passenger side do not work. Also, the price on the contract is higher by 90 bucks than the salesman told me. Also, the finance guy sold me a 3-year 36,000 mile bumper to bumper warranty, which when I asked if it covered absolutly everything, his reply was, ''yes, bumber to bumber and that means everything.'' Looking at the warranty paper I signed it excludes the cooling system. They lied over and over. Can I return the car and get my trade in back? Or am I stuck. I would not have bought that car if they had answered my questions honestly.

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