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  1. I was just checking the paperwork and the car has had an MOT(pass) on Dec 6th 2012 - 48110 miles (approx) The issue of the bushes and exhaust clamp was picked up (in the service) on Feb 13th 2013 - 48350 miles (approx) The MOT was done by the same dealer who sold it. Makes me wonder that the MOT wasnt done properly unless the bushes and clamp could just go really bad in a matter of around 200 miles (after MOT was done)
  2. Thanks for the advice. I am tempted to fix it myself by paying up and then see if I can claim it back from the dealer The fact that these dealers play around makes me think that this is going to be a long process and dont know how long it is going to take to get the resolution ( which means my car still has the defects till then)
  3. Thanks crocdoc for replying. The bushes refer to the 'front lower arm bushes on the suspension', if thats the correct terminology. I got the car serviced at a main VW authorised dealer ( a different one than the one I bought the car at) and they have given me a report that has included the 4 points mentioned. The dealer i bought the car from seems to have ignored my e-mail where I mentioned to him that these issues must have been present during the point of sale and wasnt informed to me.
  4. Hi I have just bought a used - VW golf with around 48000 miles , 8 yrs old and its 20 days since I have bought it. When the car was sold , the dealer said it comes with a standard warranty of 30 days and I also bought an extended warranty on the car. During the sale the dealer mentioned that the vehicle was in a good condition and they have done checks. The only problem is with some scratches which he would get re-painted. After having the car serviced, the following things have come up 1.Brake pads - 20% worn out 2.Tyres - Front tyres only have 3 mm tread 3.Lower
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