Should my used car come with a warranty from the trader I bought it from?

I brought a car from a trader in November. It says on the paperwork that the car comes with the car manufacturers warranty only. Should I be getting a warranty from the trader too? Am I in my rights for a full refund within a certain time of purchasing the car?

Asked on 11 November 2019 by SUKI RANA

Answered by Honest John
Basically, the trader is liable for any significant fault that could have been present or developing with the car on date of sale for 6 months from date of sale, so if a manufacturer warranty claim is refused, the trader is liable: www.honestjohn.co.uk/faq/consumer-rights/
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