• Report:  #25779

Complaint Review: precision toyota used vehicle - Tucson Arizona

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- Tucson, AZ,

precision toyota used vehicle
700 W. Wetmore Rd. Tucson, 85705 Arizona, U.S.A.
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On July 19, 2002 I signed papers to buy a 1999 S-10 pick up. I did not put a down payment on it and as of this date, July 30th, no final financing has gone through on this vehicle.

The salesman insisted that I drive the truck home that night (July 19)! Upon inspecting it the following day I found the tires to be unsafe and some dents that I had not seen before.

I took the truck back on the 21st and told them that I didn't want it. The salesman told me "it was too bad it was mine".

I took the vehicle home not knowing what to do. I drove it for one more week trying to figure out my options and also was able to check out the pick up some more. I found out that there is an Arizona Law that says a person has three days to return a vehicle. I also found that there were bolts missing from the transmission mount and that the driveshaft moved from side to side.

I took the vehicle back on July 29th and told them that I did not want to purchase this truck and that it is unsafe. The salesman once again said "the truck is yours". I said no it's not and left the truck parked there and handed the keys and paperwork to the salesman.

July 30th about 5pm the receptionist at my place of work called me and asked if I owned a 1999 S-10 pick up I told her no. Apparently the salesman gave her the keys and said they belonged to me. I did not pick up the keys and do not know where the truck is.

I dont want this truck. I did attempt to return this truck within the three day period. I was lied to and felt forced to take the truck home again. There is no reason I should be forced to buy this lemon.


Tucson, Arizona

2 Updates & Rebuttals

EDitor's Comment to Jim: Are you a merchant, car salesperson or an attorney?


Fri, August 02, 2002

Spoken like a true evil corporate merchant. I suppose you would also vehemently defend the right to charge "sales tax" in Arizona, eventhough it does not exist, right? (There is only a business tax and businesses are allowed to pass that on to the consumer, but not forced to.) Since you want to quote the law, inaccurately, I might add, here it is. A.R.S. 47-2608: "Revocation of acceptance in whole or in part A. The buyer may revoke his acceptance of a lot or commercial unit whose nonconformity substantially impairs its value to him if he has accepted it: 1. On the reasonable assumption that its nonconformity would be cured and it has not been seasonably cured; or (EDitor's Note: 72 hours is standardly used as the measure for a sale to be seasonably cured.) 2. Without discovery of such nonconformity if his acceptance was reasonably induced either by the difficulty of discovery before acceptance or by the seller's assurances. B. Revocation of acceptance must occur within a reasonable time after the buyer discovers or should have discovered the ground for it and before any substantial change in condition of the goods which is not caused by their own defects. It is not effective until the buyer notifies the seller of it. C. A buyer who so revokes has the same rights and duties with regard to the goods involved as if he had rejected them. D. The provisions of this section do not apply to a new motor vehicle which is subject to the provisions of title 44, chapter 9, article 5." What do you think of that? ED Magedson [email protected] We are not lawyers. We are not a collection agency. We are Consumer Advocates. ...the victims' advocate WE are Civil and Human Rights Activists We are a Nationwide Consumer Reporting News Agency ..by consumers, for consumers badbusinessbureau.com, LLC WORLD HEADQUARTERS: H. & F. Henville Building Prince Charles Street -suite 2 Charlestown, Nevis Island, West Indies St. Kitts Florida Message Phone and office FAX: 305-832-2949 Washington office FAX: 425-799-9729 Remember. Don't let them get away with it! Make sure they make the Rip-off Report.


no three days

#3Consumer Suggestion

Fri, August 02, 2002

Hey there Rick. The law says three days huh? how long has the person that told you that been praticing law? Sounds like he needs more pratice. If you come to my place of business and purchase a vehicle the deal is done with the signing of the contract... no three days.

What you do have going for you is the fact that the financing is not completed. You sir do not own the vehicle and neither does any lender untill they say that they will accept the risk of loaning you money and from the sound of things it is a very big risk or the financing would have been completed the next day.

Next time check it out and remenber "no three day cool down period".

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