My question involves a consumer law issue in the State of: Illinois
Long story, short. I purchased a used car yesterday. It's a 2008 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo. I test drove the car and it rode perfectly. I had the sales agent pull a vehicle history report with AutoCheck and it came out clean. It actually outscored similar vehicles by over 10%. We agreed on a price, financed on car, and signed off on the papers.
The car is currently being ported and I'm supposed to pick it up from the dealership later this week.
I was sitting in my office this after and for whatever reason, decided to run a CarFax on my VIN#. This report notes the vehicle has a manufacturer buy back/lemon branded title.
I would have never agreed on the purchase had I known the vehicle was actually branded titled as a lemon, which is quite contrary to what the dealer had presented in the AutoCheck report.
Since I haven't actually drove the car off the lot, what can I do? Do I have any legal right to back out of the contract?
Illinois does have a lemon law, but it's worded towards new cars only.