Can I take my Audi A6 back to the dealer if I found a better interest rate?
"Despite my 800 credit score, the dealer offered me a 60-month car loan on my Audi A6 at 6.49%.
This seemed high, so I shopped around and found a 3.25% rate. Can I take the car back to the dealer?"
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Answered on Jun 10, 2021
“You usually have three days to take the vehicle back to the dealer. If you’re still in this window, you should be able to show them that you found a different interest rate that you’re going to take.
If they balk at it, you can always refinance. Unless your loan with the dealer explicitly states you can’t refinance within a certain time frame, you can technically refinance whenever you want. It might be a hassle, but saving $1,000 or more should be worth your time.”
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