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  1. Yes trader is not a trader its all under the same name as his home address !
  2. The question is a private seller is meant to give you full information requeted for and on failure that is a breach of the law, this where i think SOGA may help am i right or just reading it to my benefit.? I happen to have questioned him about the engine rev and the gear changing to which he insisted that is normal for the type of car and as back up his SON who is a BMW technician inconfirmed that this is normal for this model ( surpising son signed last service certificate.)
  3. Many thanks all for your responses: 1) here is the full text of the advert 2004 04 Reg BMW X3 2.5i Sport 5dr Auto, 5 Door Estate, Black, Petrol, Automatic, Trip computer, Cruise control, Drivers airbag, Alarm, Alloy wheels, Space saver spare wheel. Non-smoker, no accidents, leather interior, heated seats, electric windows and mirrors, air conditioning, climate control, satellite navigation, new tyres, power steering, cruise control, traction control, ABS braking system, child locks and isofix system, parking sensors, central locking, spare wheel, CD, alarm + immobiliser, front/side/passen
  4. My first post here, so gratefull though found so many usefull comments to taking me through bad situation. I bought a BMW X3 from a private seller on Sun 25th August for over £5000 in a cash payment and a cash transfer off my account. I had tested the car that i liked and the owner advertised that he was migrating from UK that was the reason for selling auto. The reving was a litlle high having driven mercedes benz before which wasnt and i enquired from the seller if there was a problem to which he decline knowldge of. he had advertised it as serviced but when i checked the service book the ca
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