The Drive confirmed with a Toyota representative that the letter is genuine and that buyers will have the option to sell their cars back to Toyota, although their statement noted that "the terms for the repurchase may vary, depending on their state and particular circumstances." For buyers who paid a markup (which was at least a few of them), the representative said they should "reach out to our customer service team."
A dealer buy-back program gives car owners the ability to trade-in or sell their vehicles to a dealership. They can also be used to give car buyers more assurance when buying a new vehicle.
Not all dealer buy back cars are lemons, however. Manufacturers will sometimes offer buy back guarantees at the dealership to entice consumers to buy the vehicle and then return it if they end up not liking it. Other times, the vehicle has a repairable problem but the manufacturer cannot quickly source replacement parts, and they will repurchase the vehicle out of courtesy.
"They got me at the back of the car, one officer was talking about why was he pulling me over when all the paperwork and everything is in my name," Flynt says. "I'm like, there's so many cop cars behind me, it looked like I robbed a bank."
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