I bought a Fiat 500 on June 23 for my life partner of 12 years. I financed it for her because my credit was better and she was going to make the payments. On June 29, she suddenly and tragically passed away. Needless to say, my life has been destroyed. She had put less than 200 miles on the car. I took the car back to the dealership hoping they would treat me like a human being and buy it back from me with understandably, some depreciation. When they told me I would lose 7,000 dollars on the deal, I almost fell out of the chair. We only paid 15,700 for it to begin with. So, in other words, the car depreciated 7,000 dollars and 45 percent of its value in 200 miles. These people are looking to profit big from a terrible tragedy. Where is the heart? Where is the soul? I totally understood and expected to lose some, but $7,000 in 200 miles? Really? Think long and hard before dealing with these people.