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Yes, although not a prestigeous garage
Yes,but not a prestigeous car dealer as such.
It was advertised at £1550 but I paid £1370 and its 12 years old
The car came with a series of receipts including one which states the gear box was subject to a full recondition in 2011 and another saying with a clucth bearing kit in Feb 2015.... there were many other niggling faults but we sort of expected that for its age but, we did not expect to lose 2 gears within 5-days and have it at a garage on the 6th day to be told today that its not a quatro and that the gearox re-build would be £540 plus vat. We were told by the gear box specialist that the car was not safe to drive so now we are without.
Do you think a letter stating the the car was advertised incorrectly and we were induced into its purchase on misleading grounds. We were also advised the car was fit for purpose with only a centre console arm rest damaged and therefore demand either the full cost of the gearbox repair or a full refund?