I bought a car that doesn't have the features advertised - what can I do?

I bought a 2013 Skoda Yeti about three weeks ago. I discovered that it did not have rake and reach steering. It was advertised as a Yeti SE and in the description, it says it has rake and reach (I believe it is standard across the range). Do I have any rights about this as it might come under modifications and make my insurance null and void.

Asked on 2 April 2019 by M

Answered by Honest John
You're right. The car dealer's description will have been taken from a standard data description and he will not have realised that yours was a misbuild. However, because the description included a feature you want that was missing from the car you can reject it: www.honestjohn.co.uk/faq/consumer-rights/
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