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What is the most miles on a Toyota?

These Are the Highest Mileage Toyota Models for Sale on…

  • 1996 Toyota Tacoma – 476,000 Miles. This Toyota Tacoma is the highest-mileage Toyota currently listed for sale on Autotrader — and it certainly looks it.
  • 2002 Toyota Sequoia – 473,000 Miles.
  • 2001 Toyota Camry – 473,000 Miles.
  • 2004 Toyota Sienna – 452,000 Miles.
  • 2001 Toyota Tundra – 420,000 Miles.

What mileage does a car die at?

200,000 miles

Can I return a used car I just financed?

If you purchase the option, you have the right to cancel the sale within two days for any reason. If you decide to return the used car, you must return it to the dealer within two business days by closing time (unless the contract gives you more time).

Can you sue a dealership for selling you a bad car?

You can sue a used car dealership for selling you a bad car if they did not properly disclose any known issues with the vehicle. So a car dealer who doesn’t tell the potential buyer that the vehicle was previously involved in an accident is engaged in fraud.

Can I cancel a contract with a dealer?

If you buy a car that is financed through the dealership, the dealer CAN cancel the contract, but only if it notifies you within 10 days of the date on the purchase contract. However, if the car dealer cannot find someone to buy your purchase contract, it can cancel the purchase contract.

Can I sue dealership for lying?

As a California consumer, you have clearly protected rights to sue car dealers if you were deceived at the time of purchase. Used car buyers are the most common victims of fraud because car dealers often hide defects or lie about the defective condition of a car knowing that it may take months to discover the problem.

What can I do if a dealership sold me a lemon?

By definition, a used car dealer that sells a lemon is required to buy back the car. Consumer laws are very clear about dealer and manufacturer liability for lemons: once a car is declared a lemon it must be refunded and the contract must be canceled.

Can a dealership sell a lemon?

A dealership can sell a “lemon law buyback vehicle” as long as the vehicle has been repaired by the manufacturer and clearly displays a “Lemon Law Buyback” sticker on the door. These vehicles should be accompanied by a Lemon Law Buyback Warranty when a new owner buys them, which covers the vehicle for 12,000 miles.

What types of problems are covered by the lemon law?

A Sampling of Vehicle Defects or Symptoms of Defects Often Covered by California Lemon Law

  • Engine Stalling.
  • Engine Not Starting.
  • Engine Overheating.
  • Hard Starting Engine.
  • Rough Running Engine.
  • Lack of Power.
  • Engine Misfires.
  • Transmission Slipping.

Can I return a car to the dealership?

Dealer’s Right to Demand Return The standard California car contract only allows the dealer 10 days to find financing. If the dealer cannot honor your agreement, they must notify you that they are cancelling the contract. You must return the vehicle to the dealer.