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I bought a new Nissan Pulsar for €19,500 two months ago. After about a month, I was driving and the traction control took over for no reasonable reason and had to stop the car. After about ten minutes it cleared and I could drive the car again. I reported my car to Nissan and the did a computer update and gave me the car back. Then after two days the car stopped again for no justifiable reason. Was driving in traffic, using 2nd and 3rd gear. Again leave ten minutes and the car starts again. Here I did not report it to Nissan, thought it was nothing to worry. Unfortunately this happened again a fortnight later, was driving again in traffic at low speed and the car stopped. The dashboard was showing I should press the start/stop button but when I do this, the car won't start. Again leave ten minutes and the car starts again. I went to Nissan, they changed the Lampda sensor as they found it faulty but this does not explain why the engine was stalling. They said they could not find any explanation why the car was doing this and they asked my permission to use the car even after garage hours, with the hope they trigger the same environment and understand better what is happening. This time I was given a car (though not in excellent conditions for my perusal) I would like to know what are my rights, can I refuse the car, ask for money back, I paid in cash. Thanks for your help.
This is not a reply....you just want to fork out more money. I'm sorry I paid you......where you cannot offer a service you should not charge. just for the note Malta is part of Europe and European laws apply.
So please refund me with the money paid. Thank you.