I have bought a car 1.5 month back (bought with STA evaluation graded B) and after using for 1.5 months the car displayed many signs of problems. Firstly, the air con produce loud noises and it is not cold. Secondly, the ignition coil is damaged. Thirdly, they sold me car with 20% left brake pads and 2 missing speakers which i found out after a month on top of the wear and tear issues. Can the air con and ignition (or any other engine) issues be claimed under lemon law? Dealer is pushing blame around and challenging to discuss with invalid reasons.
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I’m buying a used car from a car dealer. After applying for a loan from the bank and paying the cashier order to the car dealer, how do I ensure that the used car is really under my name? Also, what are the basic ‘must-have’ documents that I should obtain from them to ensure that I can hold them accountable if the deal falls through.
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If I am buying a used car do I still need to pay for GST ? If yes the price will be deduct from my car ( trade in ) then the balance will be the GST ? Example 100k( used car -30k trade in value ) = 70 k then GST I am paying ?? How does it work ?
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I recently purchased a vw passat cc 1.8T and signed on the agreement and documents that will not take seller for any liability if there's any defect to the car. 2 months later which is early this week, car check engine light turn on and send to my workshop for inspection. Was told by my workshop that car needs to be overhaul and total cost to replace intake valve, valve guide, camshaft sensor, crankshaft sensor, gaskets set and pistons is at a whooping $6,900. Please advise if I can proceed to repair at my workshop and make a claim from the dealer subsequently.
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