Thanks for the quick response. However to reject the car under the Sale of Goods Act, does the car not need to be faulty? The seat is as per the manufacturers design, however I simply cannot get comfortable in it?
I've notified the dealer both by telephone and email that I want to reject the car under the sale of good act due to the seating not being suitable.
He's asked for time to work through options re the finance agreement. He's concerned given the car had some options fitted which he included at £0 cost as part of the deal. My part-exchange has also now been passed on to a third party!
I have also notified the finance copy by telephone and followed up with an email confirmation.
Finance company advised that the agreement can be terminated, however the balance is still due and that I'll need to recover this from the dealer when I return the car.
So what am I liable for here assuming the dealer takes the car back (does he have any other choice)? Finance company were talking about interest on the balance and the dealer will no doubt want some £'s for the options. Legally what do I have to pay for / contribute to?
Understood. So my earlier unanswered question was whether the dealer has to take the car back?
In terms of the options, surely they would be included in whatever price the dealer prices the car for the next sale, clearly he won't get full face value so this is just down to what I can negotiate?
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Dealer has just rejected taking the car back and has positioned that they see the sale as final.
Guess I'll need to appoint a solicitor and take it from there!