Go back to the dealer. If the car has 220 miles, they can still sell it for almost the price of a new. You should not take a big hit for it. They should be willing to work with you since they're the ones making money out of the EX-T.i regret finalizing my purchase of an EX before experiencing driving an EX-T. The Sirius and HD radio are cool extras, but i'm really jealous of the torquier 1.5L turbo.
Are there any benefits to having the EX with the 2L non-turbo aside from less moving parts that will require maintenance over time? Please say something to mend my broken heart
I received a loan from my bank at 1.89% APR for 72 months, my first payment starts mid-april. Is there anything i can do to get myself into an EX-T instead? I understand my car is now considered used and the dealership obviously isn't going to take it back- or would they? It's still in flawless condition and it has 220 miles on it. Man oh man, i want that EX-T.