On the 11/11/20111 I purchased a second hand BMW Z4, from a Dealer in Poole, that I have dealt with before. The car was advertised with details of a full specification. Within that specification, it included a Multi CD Changer. I eventually found that the Magazine for this changer was missing, and having purchased a replacement, I found that the Changer did not work. The Dealer introduced me to the Audio expert that they used, who condemned the unit and said, in writing, that in their opinion it would cost at least £450 to repair it, and in their opinion, not a route to follow. The Dealer then said that they don't guarantee, certain things on a car, under their warranteee! As they advertised the car with a CD Changer, and it transpired that it did not work, could I make a claim for the replacement/of the Unit or its equivalent, please? Ian XXXXXXX
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