Lemon laws pertain only to NEW car purchases & require a lengthy time in service within the first 6-months of ownership. **** If you bought a USED car & finding mechanical problems in the first few days of ownership ... you're out of luck. Used cars purchased from a private party are considered "as-is" in all 50 states. If you bought from a dealership, you may (?) have been offered an "extended service contract" in lieu of warranty; did you buy it? *** There are no refunds from car dealers. they're not WalMart.
you can take it back if you want to but the lemon laws depend on what state your in each state has different time periods in which they require you to return the car so just look up the lemon laws in your state
It is possible to return a car although the car lemon laws vary from one state to another. In most states, for a car to qualify for Lemon, it should have a substantial defect covered by the warranty and which occurred within a certain period of time. The problem should also not be fixed after a number of trials. Check out http://www.nolo.com/legal-encyclopedia/lemon-law-used-cars-30107.html