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thank you so much for your feedback.
The car was sold to me under warranty from the dealership. Audi.
what agreed to is to accept the car with the faults listed from the assessment report returned to me. Which listed no engine related fault.
Also the defect of the car not starting is in no way what so ever related to the this. I am no technician but things such as light globes etc. no engine defaults were reported, I still have this documentation and proof of all the things I have fixed on the car.
which again defeat the purpose of having a vehicle if it cannot get me from point a to b. which is the purpose of the car. That I have paid 200 000.00
The people I purchased the car from are in the business of selling cars but operate as pvt salesmen. If that helps in anyway.
i am willing to accept my loss n the four months of use. I just don't think it fair or legal to be sold a car that has failed to transport me after 4 months. With no such related problem made aware to me.
Standard Bank, Financial legal has said to me if I want to cancel the deal I can, and cannot be denied. And that as much as the dealer facilitated the deal.. That is why there is a procedure in having the car tested, roadworthy etc to protect myself as a consumer because they were additional costs involved in getting the dealer to facilitate the deal.
Thank you for your help again.
what would you advise I do as the next step?
how do I legally and officially cancel this deal?
what is the likely outcome of this.
so may I go ahead and cancel the deal? And if so how do I go about this? Who should I log this.
i understand the dealer is not liable
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