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A couple of months ago I purchased a scooter from a dealership. Recently it broke down. The roadside assistance mechanic told me the engin was finished and needed replacing.

 

The dealer collected the item from a local garage. As it is still under warrenty but has since written to me saying that there have been several modifications suggesting I have tried to unrestrict the engine and have invalidated the warrenty.

 

I have not done this and am suspicious the dealer is saying this to avoid replacing my bike.

 

The bike was new when purchased.

 

As it is my word against his do I have any rights or is there anything I can do.

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What exactly is the position with the dealer, what have they said to you!

They will not repair, replace etc and have they given you a reason, evidence that it has been altered? in writing.

What is the mileage, these engines have governors to restrict revs etc. so why is it knackered?

If it is as you bought it, then you can reject it, under sale of goods act, as being not fit for purpose, faulty and if under six months you do not have to prove anything; Put it writing and ask for your money back and give them to 14 days to respond.

Is any finance involved?

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