haha...yea I'm having a light-hearted conversation as well...not trying to offend anyone here.
But in regards to my point. All developed countries have Consumer protection laws, employment laws etc precisely so that companies with their expert lawyers don't come up with a clever contract that allows them to do whatever they want. Hence my point, that even if you signed a contract, a court can toss it out and rule in your favor. I don't believe the UK doesn't have consumer protection laws (they might call it something different but I'm sure it exists).
AHL pulled a clever trick i.e. they didn't reveal the product to public but launched the car. We on this forum were lucky to see the leaked pics. People like my dad only got a text from dealership saying that new civic is out and you can get it by submitting a 1 million non-refundable deposit. No pics, No prices, No specs! What the hell are they asking non-refundable deposit for? On top of that, when they saw the demand, they came out with jacked up prices.
I did post a clause from Punjab Consumer Protection Act. To me it protects anyone who deposited non-refundable 1million but weren't told the prices and features of the car. That's a clear violation of the Act.