Can I reject a used car after three weeks?

I bought an eight month old car that developed a problem. The dealer fixed the issue, but I feel that I cannot trust the car now. Do I have a right to return the car, which I have only had three weeks?

Asked on 26 November 2016 by Alexander Craig

Answered by Honest John
Within the first 28 days, the Consumer Rights Act 2015 theoretically give you this right but since the car has been repaired I think a judge in a court would rule otherwise:
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