Originally Posted by Luckiest Dreamer
I have a friend that recently purchased a new Chevy. He soon found problems that he did not anticipate and went back to the dealer and was able to trade for another without any extra cost. Unless you have burned your bridges by making an bad impression with your dealer, I suspect they want a happy customer and may be able to help you out.
Assuming that a dealer will just take a vehicle back or, trade it for another vehicle in all reality is asking for the moon. I don't know what "problems" your friend ran into and, therefore the dealer worked with him but, I doubt "Not liking suspension" would be one of them. An example of a dealer or even the manufacturer taking a vehicle back shortly after sale would be the newer Ford Escapes. Many folks were quoted that certain models WERE flat towable and, it even said so in the drivers manual.
But, a few days to a month after they took possession of the Escapes, Ford came out with a notice that they WERE NOT FLAT TOWABLE. Well, guess who HAD to take the vehicles back, yep FORD!
But, the OP made a decision to purchase a vehicle without doing a thorough evaluation which, would include a test drive, in multiple conditions, to really see if he/she liked it or not. The dealer didn't force the vehicle on him/her, they made the decision to purchase, based on what they felt at the time.
Sure the dealer can take it back, IN A TRADE IN STATUS. And then, they have to sell it as a used car. There was another person on here recently who purchased a Cherokee to flat tow, only to find out the one he test drove, was flat towable but, the one he bought, which was outfitted differently than the one he test drove, was not. This is another case of not doing ALL the research needed prior to making the decision to purchase.
I'm not chastising anyone here. But, in such expensive decisions, one must be thorough before saying "I'll take it". No one want's to make a bad decision. If I were the OP, and it really did bother me, physically to drive it and or even ride in it, I'd eat the loss and trade it in on something that is "FLAT TOWABLE AND, HAS AN ACCEPTABLE RIDE".