While purchasing or leasing a new car from a dealer requires customers to sign a legally-binding contract, there may be ways to potentially get out of the deal. It is important to remember that each situation will be different.
According to Edmund's, the best way for a customer to return a new car to the dealer is to prove that he got ripped off when he bought it. If a salesman was not honest or did not disclose all of the information necessary, dealers allow a customer to return their car to avoid a lawsuit. If a new car malfunctions and is in fact a lemon, a dealer has to refund the money. Another popular way to return a new car is by claiming buyer's remorse, but this requires an extensive story and the mercy of the dealer.