I unknowingly bought a damaged used car from a dealer. What are my rights?

I bought a used car from a dealer one week ago and it's come to light that the vehicle has been in a crash and repaired poorly. The rear nearside door and rear quarter panel, plus the bonnet, has been resprayed badly. What are my rights?

Asked on 24 May 2020 by bostonutd69

Answered by Dan Powell
You are entitled to a full refund. If the dealer refuses, report him to Trading Standards and get legal advice so you can sue him via the small claims court. For your legal rights, see: www.honestjohn.co.uk/how-to-reject-a-car-your-cons...s
Similar questions
I have a Jeep Grand Cherokee that I purchased from a dealer and after seven days it overheated, causing damage to the engine. He's refusing to do anything under the warranty he provided with the car or...
I seem to have stumbled upon a whole world of hate this past week. I recently just passed my driving test and purchased my first car. The car in question was a Volvo C30 R Design. I don't know diddly about...
I bought a Mazda in December 2017. It had 10,000 miles on the clock and I paid £16,000. I was sold the car with the remainder of the 21-month manufacturer's warranty, so I had six months left on it. The...

 

Value my car