Can we reject a car if it's dripping oil?

My daughter purchased a 17-plate Fiat 500 five months ago. It started dripping oil yesterday. When checking the oil level, she found white foam. She's a key worker and needs transport. Can she reject the car? It was a cash purchase.

Asked on 23 March 2020 by Sue Statham

Answered by Dan Powell
If there is something fundementally wrong with the car then your daughter can reject it within the first six months. For her consumer rights,
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