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  1. No am not trying to protect the dealer as they’ve been unhelpful. Auto farm car sales Colchester Essex. They asked me to bring the car back down which I did and then promised to fix before going completely dead. I have obtained a couple of independent quotes which Barclaycard have (and deemed too expensive) and the dealer do not as they’ve been unresponsive from the get go. Thank you for the advice , perhaps I shall have to bite the bullet and accept the banks offer .
  2. Hello everyone, in July I purchased a used car from a trader advertised as excellent condition with no issues. On the way home the Engine and oil light came on. The trader became unhelpful after I initially brought the car back so I raised a section 75 with Barclaycard as this was my method of payment. After sending in all evidence and having them send out an independent assessor it was determined the car had internal engine problems that need to be fixed. Barclaycard have said I have to return the car for full refund as the cost for repairs is too high. I would rather have the car fixed to avoid the hassle of buying another one and changing over number plates insurance etc. my question is can I insist on the car being repaired under the consumer rights act 2015 (and therefore s75 of CCA)? I have read the CRA and it seems to indicate the right to repair is a separate right from the right to reject however that is only my interpretation? The car cost £1500 and the repair cost is looking at £1000-£1200 Many thanks in advance.
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