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So....

 

Bought a 55k plate used Mazda 5 from a dealer for 5.5k on September 14th 2016 (paid half on Credit Card)

 

Gear shift was sticky but I thought I just needed to get used to the new gear box and got worse recently so took it to a local independent who said that there was a fault with the gearbox and I should speak to the dealer.

 

So last week I emailed and said the car had a gearbox fault and wasn't fit for purpose and offered him an opportunity to fix it. They agreed to have a look and called me today to say that it need a new Syncro Mesh on the gearbox.

 

The dealer says that as its done 1300 miles since I purchased it he's not willing to pay the full cost of repair and is willing to make a contribution towards it. They reckon it will cost about £650. I haven't abused the car in any way and very disappointed with the dealers attitude.

 

I could move to reject the car under Consumer Rights (but its after 30 days) but if he refuses then I'm into a long and lengthy small claims battle.

 

Or should I push him harder? really not sure how to play it or what my rights really are in this scenario?

 

I would be really appreciative of any advice or opinions.

 

Thanks

Damien

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S.A.R sent 18/01/07 :o

7 Day reminder 02/03/07

Some statements rec'd 19/03/07

ICO Complaint 20/03/06

 

Alea iacta est

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