My BMW X5 was mis-sold as having a 'full service history' - will this affect the resale value?

I bought my BMW X5 (December 2012 reg) from a BMW main dealer with a full service history in April 2016. When it was delivered the service book was missing and I have confirmation that this was "To follow". I have followed up repeatedly and have just received a replacement book but the first entry is June 2015 and 15,384 miles. There was one other prior to my ownership. Does this constitute a "full service history" and, if not, what impact might this have on my resale prospects?

Asked on 17 February 2017 by LCF

Answered by Honest John
If the basis on which you bought the car was a "Full Service History" and the car was not serviced between December 2012 and June 2015, then that in itself is grounds to reject the car, even at this late stage.
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