Is there a time limit on rejecting a new car?

Is there a time limit on rejecting a new car as unfit for purpose?

Asked on 10 September 2017 by Brian Colthorpe

Answered by Honest John
Generally six months unless the main reason for rejection is a fundamental flaw with the car that was always there, in which case the precedent is Clegg v Olle Andersson House of Lords 2003. See: www.honestjohn.co.uk/faq/consumer-rights/
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