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Do dealers have to disclose car was an ex lease car? Evans Halshaw.


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Do dealers have to disclose this? We had no idea until we received our v5 document through the post this morning! Just wondering if there is a rule against this as these cars are often worth less?

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No they don't have to declare it.

 

 

Ex lease cars are often a very good buy - they will have been serviced on time and at a main dealer, etc.

 

 

Before I retired I dealt with lots of lease companies, and they were better cars than others offered within the trade.

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Thank you for your reply. I did a quick google search and I saw back in 2009 trading standards said that anything that may affect the value of a car should be made obvious by the dealer? And as an ex hire car saying it has been previous owner is surely a little misleading considering it could have been driven by 5,000 people? Many people I know are happy to buy ex hire cars, but aren't these usually cheaper which helps?

I couldn't find whether it was actually against any rule to not make it obvious as it seemed a bit of a grey area. Consumers saying they should have been made aware and dealers disagreeing by the looks of it.

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Doesn't matter how many people its been driven by if its been well maintained.

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OP you said ex lease.

 

 

you are now saying ex hire.

 

 

there is a difference.

 

 

ex lease = a company leased it and its had one driver from new, probably 2-3 years old

 

 

ex hire = Alamo or someone rented it probably less than 15000 miles and 18 months old or less

 

 

Either is ok, Alamo, etc have to give them back in pristine condition

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