Im sure you can, Most Companies have a Money back Garnette Policy If not that Probably Means you cant, Id check the fine Print of the contract you signed, It will ither show How many Km/Miles After purchase you can return it,
No, Buyers Remorse or Cooling Off Period Laws do not apply to the purchase of a new or used car in any state. You cannot return any car because you changed your mind. You bought it and you own it.
It depends about the terms and conditions you bought the car on if it is CPO (Certified pre owned) then you should be able to.
Unless there is a warranty or contract that has a specific return clause, or there is a local ordinance in your area requiring it, then no -- neither a car dealership nor a private owner is obligated to take a return on a car. You can sue for false representation of the vehicle, but that involves taking them to court.
yeah you can return it saying it was given as a damaged one and ask for replacement of new one.
In about 2 weeks
The car you bought was a new car but the car you are returning is a used car. It has lost quite allot of value in the 2 days you owned. Legally you cannot return the car but the selling dealer may agree considering you are buying a higher priced version of the same car. You are basically trading in your used 2 day old car on a new car. This will cost you dearly.
You signed a contract and drove it. It is not new anymore. Returning it would be a voluntary repossession and you would probably owe several thousand dollars. Yes, it would hurt your credit.
No, it will not damage the car at all, you will need to reprogram your radio when the new battery goes in though.
From the CA.GOV site:7 days if you e-filed your return and chose direct deposit.2 weeks if you e-filed your return and requested your refund by mail.8 weeks from the date you mailed your return.