It was a used car, the issues wrong with it are minor - is there a sale of goods act that allows me to return something if I dont like it?
£4000 plus part exchange - the mileage is 60,000
Wiper not working, seat cannot be adjusted - minor issues. However the central question even if there were no problems can I cancel the sale just because I am unsatisfied with the car?
The situation has developed. I took the car that I bought to another dealer to be used as part exchange. The second dealer had the car tested and stated that because of emmission failing the car cannot be purchased and should not have been sold in that state. The second dealer used an independent garage for the test. Can I use the condition of the car to reject the sale and ask for my money back. If he offers to remedy the fault I will have to wait until that has been done and will then need to test the car again before I can sell it.
So although the car is unfit to be sold. You are saying that my only recourse is to claim the cost of repair? Can't I reject the sale and ask for my money to be returned on the basis that the car was seriously defective to the point that is has proven to be unsaleable?