What to do if w bought a car but feel that we were deceived by the sales person and/or the financing person?

Question Details: This weekend we purchased a used car. We were rushed out of the dealership and through the financing process. After reading the paperwork 1 day after the sale of the car the cost isn't adding up right, as in the cost after interest is more than $3,000 than we agreed upon. What can we do to resolve this? Also of note, we bought the car in one state but live in another.

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