And if you don’t like it, it’s not like a kid that you can’t shove back inside. Or as my then 3 year old son, in 1989, who was holding his infant sister for a few minutes and said, ok, can you take her and give her back to the hospital now? As for whatever accessories you bought for it, you can always sell them or give them away. To me. Finally, not test driving a vehicle before buying can cut many ways. I’ve done it only once. And I don’t even like test drives with the sniveling salesman next to me extolling the virtues. It’s like a waiter who says, “Oh, my personal favorite is the Hungarian goulash” or some such poison. I could give 2 shits what the waiter likes to eat. In around 2003 or so I bought a brand new BMW 330xi. My first foray into Nazi manufacturing. No test drive. After all, it was the ultimate driving machine. Figured why bother. Well that was the only model year BMW thought it would be a good idea to save a few bucks and they removed the seat adjustment that raised the front of the seat cushion. I felt like I was sitting on a ski slope and falling into the well of the pedals. I hated that damn POS and immediately gave it to my wanting-to-give-back-his-baby-sister son.