“You’re under no obligation to sign a new contract as dealerships typically have 10 days to cancel or change the contract. Additionally, you also pointed out the error and they declined to change it.
To confirm, you can look at the Seller’s Right to Cancel clause in your purchase contract. This clause will detail the conditions in which the dealership can cancel the contract or require you to re-sign documents.
If you’d like to negotiate with the dealership
, you could tell them that you’re willing to refinance the deal with the extra $600 and a lower interest rate that negates the $600
The idea here is to not burn any bridges. The dealer is likely the one who will do any routine maintenance stipulated by your manufacturer’s warranty, so making them angry probably isn’t the best idea. While this is 100% their error, you might want to give them the benefit of the doubt.
Call them or pop in and see what they say. You can always refuse to sign anything or at least negotiate some other offer.
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