Saying that you should have checked is unacceptable and you should be able to cancel your order and recover your deposit. That`s fair enough. There are car dealerships to sell cars. If you come in and say, “I want to buy this car here,” but you are not ready to sign an order form and you are not ready to deposit a deposit, then you are not serious about buying the car. If you wish to cancel your purchase, it is likely that the dealer will continue to insist on keeping your security deposit of 250 euros because the recall is not their fault and there is a correction process with the manufacturer. My view on this position is that we have a contract with you regarding the BMW X5 when you are ready to deposit a $500 deposit on the BMW X5 by phone. Your contract (vehicle order form) defines your rights in this area. As a general rule, the merchant has 28 days from the date originally indicated before you can cancel the agreement. I went to a car dealership and put a $500 deposit on a car for which they said I intended to pay the rest and get the car just to find out the next day that the dealer had approved me for the loan, but it had not yet been approved by any bank.
Do I have the right to get my deposit back and make purchases elsewhere? Hey, Jadie. In the end, most of your problems revolve around what you think should or should not happen. The only thing that matters is what the contract says. If you have signed a contract and/or given a down payment to the distributor, you have accepted what is written in that contract. Oral discussions or personal notes are irrelevant; The only thing that matters is a contract signed by both parties. A dealer will not keep this car for you without any kind of guarantee that you will actually come back with the rest of the money. A signed order is beautiful, but if you try to get back from it, then there`s not much they can do, unless they want to bring you to justice. So take a deposit – the amount may vary, but it must be significant enough that you don`t disappear if you change your mind.
You will want to get that money back and you will be able to either fight for it or use it as an opportunity to prevent you from cancelling your order.