HIALEAH AUTOMOTIVE, LLC v. BASULTO
22 So.3d 586 (2009)
HIALEAH AUTOMOTIVE, LLC, d/b/a Potamkin Dodge, Appellant,
Roberto BASULTO and Raquel Gonzalez, Appellees.
District Court of Appeal of Florida, Third District.
January 28, 2009.
Opinion Denying Rehearing and Granting Clarification December 2, 2009.
Wolfe & Goldstein and Mark Goldstein, for appellant.
Timothy Carl Blake, Miami, for appellees.
Before GERSTEN, C.J., and COPE and SUAREZ, JJ.
On consideration of the appellant's motion for rehearing, the court withdraws its previous opinion and substitutes the following opinion.
This is an appeal of an order denying a motion to compel arbitration of claims brought against an automobile dealer. We affirm in part and reverse in part.I.
In 2004, Roberto Basulto and Raquel Gonzalez, who are husband and wife ("the buyers"), purchased a new 2005 Dodge Caravan from Hialeah Automotive, LLC, which does business as Potamkin Dodge ("the dealer"). The buyers alleged that while at the dealership, the dealer had the buyers sign the contract in blank, with the representation that the agreed-upon numbers would be filled in. The buyers alleged that when the dealership completed the sales contract, it allowed them a lower trade-in allowance than the amount agreed upon. The dealer refused to correct the situation. After negotiations proved unsuccessful, the buyers returned the van to the dealership (having driven a total of seven miles) and demanded the return of their trade-in. The trade-in had been sold.
The buyers brought suit alleging fraud in the inducement and violation of the Florida Deceptive and Unfair Trade Practices Act ("FDUTPA"). See Ch. 501, pt. II, Fla. Stat. (2004). The buyers also sought rescission of the arbitration agreements they had signed, and rescission of the loan agreement.