That's true more or less.Yes they do. They have your car.
There's also a very good chance that your trade is long gone, sold to somebody for a profit.
If your sale doesn't go through, then they'll give you the trade value on your contract and wash their hands of you. A common practice to get cars cheap around military installations.
If you are military, then you might want to visit your JAG office. Are you sure the dealer isn't on the "off-limits" list?
Let's hope that this is a big misunderstanding and they are getting your car for you.
Please keep us posted.
I spoke to the other dealer. They do have it, it is for sale, and they said it's the only one they're getting and aren't transferring it.
Then I called mine and the salesman about had a panic attack when I told him where it was. He said he was going to the owners to contact the other dealership to get it on a hauler and down here ASAP. We'll see what happens when they clash, told him I expect an update this afternoon. In theory should be simple enough but who knows.
I also told him I'd expect them to not let the truck too far off their lot until it's sorted. No guarantees, may end up like CB said. If so they get to cover the difference for loan payoff that's no longer covered as contract lays out or that's when I'll be going to JAG.
The dealership overall can be decent, their service department has usually been good. So no, not in a list yet that I know of. But that may change, it'll be brought up if they want to be difficult. JAG won't do it just on my case but if any others come up mine will contribute.
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