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Are all warranties as useless as the one covering my Peugeot 207 SW?

I have a Peugeot 207 SW with just 30,000 miles on the clock. It is still within its three-year warranty and at 29,000 miles the clutch went. Peugeot would not repair this under warranty and the new clutch was £180, but they billed me for £900. Are all warranties just as worthless?

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Fight this, because they have not simply billed you for a clutch, they have billed you for a dual mass flywheel as well and this will be what really failed, not the clutch, so is the manufacturer's responsibility.
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