"If a deal seems too good to be true, it probably is. At least that's what Danny Sawyer learned when a local Priority Chevrolet dealership mistakenly sold him an SUV for $5,600 less than its actual price — and then had him arrested for theft.Sawyer is now suing the Chesapeake, Va. dealership for accusing him of stealing and ordering his arrest, according to the Virginian-Pilot.In the lawsuit, Sawyer, 40, claims he bought a black Chevrolet Traverse and then returned it the next morning so he could get a blue one. The sales manager agreed to the trade and allegedly did not explain that the blue version would cost more. Sawyer signed a contract to buy the blue vehicle for $34,000 when it should have sold for closer to $39,000, CBS News reported."
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