does your truck have the molding on the doors? does it say se on the tailgate and do you have powered mirrors?
The VIN matching actually helps you, this is further proof that the dealer misrepresented the product. If they didn't match then they could easily say "Oops, we made a mistake and put the wrong sticker on the window" but for them to match shows there was no mistake. They should realize, based on that, they will lose if they go to court and be willing to make things right with you so it doesn't have to go that far.pa_07_black_titan said:Yep, the VIN numbers do match. So it wasn't a case of simply putting the wrong sticker on the truck. The finance guy even showed me the MSRP price of a titan SE to prove what a good deal I was getting...
ditto. i said it in my first post here but i'll say it again... contact your attorney generals office! they can help and often deal with just this type of issue (consumer issues). clearly you have legal recourse here. if you don't actually have a lawyer of your own, the attorney generals office is a good place to start the ball rolling.tt408 said:If you live in PA you have three days to return. They have to take it back. I see you notified the BBB also call the Attorney Generals Office.
And you signed the papers and drove the truck off the lot without looking to see if it had these options?pa_07_black_titan said:it is a 4x4 and it has 31000 miles on it.
I also just filed a complaint with the better business bureau which will hopefully have some sort of effect. I think I'm more upset about the lack of options that it said that it actually had. For example, it listed the truck as having a 6 disc cd changer, when it actually only has a single disc cd player. I'm still not exactly sure what other options this truck does not have. Like keyless entry. The sticker said it has it, and the dealer even said that it did, but they did not have a key fob to give me which makes me wonder.