Under the Consumer Rights Act 2015 goods have to be of satisfactory quality. This is not of satisfactory quality.
You are entitled to reject the vehicle for a major fault after such a short time and get a full refund.
However, rejecting the vehicle and getting your money out of the seller are going to be two different things.
It’s up to you whether you return the vehicle and if the seller will not refund you, you sue them, or you get the vehicle fixed and then sue the seller for the cost.
They cannot state on the invoice that you got after you purchased the vehicle that there is no warranty. They have to tell you that you buy the vehicle which clearly they did not.
Hence, they cannot rely on their comment that the vehicle was bought with no guarantee or warranty because you have the Consumer Rights Act 2015 to protect you.
You might want to ring Bradford Trading Standards who look quite closely at used vehicle sales and may have a word with the trader. They will not necessarily bring a prosecution but the last thing that a motor trader wants is trading standards on their back.
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