Can I break a two year lease if I was lied to when I sold my Corvette??

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Asked by Feb 24, 2016 at 09:21 AM about the 2016 Chevrolet Equinox LT AWD

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I was given a lot of misinformation about my trade in value and didn't road test the Equinox on a highway but rather some back streets.
I was told my Corvette Blue Book is $25600. and not worth $32000 .  It was listed for sale at $31998 but when I filed a complaint with the Dealer they removed it and shipped it to an Auctioneer.

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Unfortunately thats the way it is. they may have given you low value for the car, trade-ins to a dealer, there never gonna give you what it is worth, they need to make their money.

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Rowefast is absolutely correct, and there's wholesale and retail bluebook. My advice, don't ever trade in your car to the dealer, it usually is never financially advantageous. You know, dealerships are in business to make money and how in the world could you expect them to stay in business, pay their bills, employees without getting some return on their investment. And, NO, you cannot break a lease. When you sign a lease, it is a business contract, and generally responsible for 90 percent of the lease. My advice to you is purchase your next car. There are better choices out there besides the Equinox.

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