what happens if you find price on here and dealer will not honor it?

Asked by Jul 29, 2015 at 06:09 PM about the 2016 Hyundai Elantra SE

Question type: Shopping & Pricing

VIN: 5NPDH4AE8GH656634
Stock #: H60082
VIN: 5NPDH4AE1GH661156
Stock #: H60011
VIN: 5NPDH4AE8GH660098
Stock #: H60002
These cars were listed at 11,400 today, $10,300 two days ago however when you go to dealership they refuse to honor prices. They up the prices 6,000. Totally upset they will not honor listings. How can I hold them to this listing price? They say lease price no that is if you get all incentive discounts. Baloney! Please help

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46,425

Just avoid that dealer. If they are into bait and switch they are not worth dealing with.

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Ditto on that. Happens all to often, makes this site look bad over something they have no control over

880

What is your state of residence. Many states have consumer protection law stating the following: If a car dealer publicly lists a vehicle with a specific price, it MUST comply with this price. In your case, you should find the listing and shows to the car dealer. If they still refuse, contact immediately your state Attorney General office and file a complaint.

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filed complaint with attorney generals office

46,425

It is a Texas dealership. Perhaps the OP didn't understand the terms or the dealership is crooked.

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