The ability to return a new car for a buyer does not mean that he or she will be able to do so without any consequences. There are consequences involved in returning a new car, most notably, fees associated with doing so. Many dealerships will charge new car buyers different fees, such as paperwork fees and restocking fees, in order to make up for some of the money the dealership will lose when selling the vehicle a second time. New car buyers might have to pay anywhere from a couple hundred dollars to a couple thousand dollars if they wish to return a new car.
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