A dealership that sold a 2015 Dodge Charger to a customer discovered they delivered the wrong car.

A dealership that sold a 2015 Dodge Charger to a customer discovered they delivered the wrong car.

The transaction took place two months ago when the client purchased what he believed was a 2015 Dodge Charger in the SXT trim. However, the dealership called him today saying the VIN numbers got mixed up so the client looked over the documents and discovered he signed a contract for an SXT model but in the end he got the Charger SE which he test drove before making the purchase.

As a consequence, the loan, insurance and registration papers are related to a VIN number different than the Charger SE he is driving. The customer was asked by the dealership to stop by their office as "it's not a big deal and I just need to sign a few things." The dealer hasn't said anything so far about giving the client the upgraded model he paid for nor did they talked about the possibility of financing at a lower price taking into consideration there's a $2,000 difference between the two cars.

The customer is obviously entitled to get the car he paid for but how is it possible that he didn't notice the differences in equipment between the two? While the $27,995 Charger SE has a 5-inch touchscreen display, the SXT has a larger 8.4-inch screen. In addition, the SE has 17-inch satin silver alloys whereas the SXT comes with bigger 18-inch satin carbon rims. These are only a couple of the most obvious differences between the two trim levels.

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