Good result - but I find it very difficult to understand why they even argued it in the first place. Not good customer service.....
Good to hear they're fixing it.
So, it seems I was a bit premature in celebrating the apparent victory for common sense,
With my car moved from the indie's workshop to the dealer's, and now dismantled (so it can't really go anywhere) they've reversed their decision and gone back to the "no warranty on the previous repair as it was done as goodwill" stance,
They've confirmed that the turbo is completely seized (to the point that the shaft has snapped in two) but despite this unit being barely 9 months old and with only a few thousand miles on it, they're wanting c£1800 to put it right,
Needless to say, I won't be paying it and my aftermarket warranty provider isn't too keen on having to stump it up either, so another round of arguments ensues.
Meanwhile, I've now been without a car for a fortnight. Let's just hope it doesn't drag on for the 87 days it took last year to get it (supposedly) fixed,