Originally Posted by johnwards
they said it had air conditioning in the advert though...
Found on the office of fair tradings website:
When buying from a dealer, the law says a car must be:
* of satisfactory quality - it must meet the standard a reasonable person would regard as acceptable, bearing in mind the way it was described, how much it cost and any other relevant circumstances. This covers, for example, the appearance and finish of the car, its safety and its durability. The car must be free from defects, except when they were pointed out to you by the seller.
* as described - a car said to have 'one careful lady owner' shouldn't turn out to have three previous owners, all males under 22
* reasonably fit for any normal purpose - it should get you from A to B
* reasonably fit for any other purpose you specify to the seller - for example, towing a caravan.
I have the advert where it says air conditioning, which is not working.
Don't want to get uppy with them but I have nothing to lose as my warrenty is valid with any garage.