Can I reject a car after 6 months?

Can I reject a car after 6 months?

It is possible to reject a car after six months. You must prove that the fault was present on the car when you bought it. And that is very difficult after you’ve owned the car for months, unless of course you had the car assessed by a technician the moment you got it home from the garage.

What happens if I no longer want a financed car?

If you simply can’t afford your car payments any longer, you could ask the dealer to agree to voluntary repossession. In this scenario, you tell the lender you can no longer make payments ask them to take the car back. You hand over the keys and you may also have to hand over money to make up the value of the loan.

When to take a car back if there is a problem?

First six months If you take the vehicle back within six months of purchase, the dealer should accept there was a problem when the vehicle was sold and offer a partial refund or to repair or replace it. If the dealer doesn’t accept there was a problem when the vehicle was sold, they’ll have to prove this.

What happens if I buy a car in the UK?

Car dealer If you bought the car in the UK and it doesn’t meet one of the standards below, the Consumer Rights Act gives you the right to return the car or have it repaired. When you buy a new or second-hand car from a UK dealership, the Consumer Rights Act stipulates that you can expect it to:

What are my rights if the car I bought has a problem?

A car is just like any other product you buy, your rights to redress if there are any problems are against the ‘retailer’ that sold it to you – in the case of cars that will usually be a dealership.

What happens if the car I bought has a fault?

If a new or second-hand car you bought develops a fault, you could get it repaired or replaced at no further cost to you by whoever sold it to you – or you could get your money back. You can use our handy tool to find out what your legal rights are.