I would be very grateful for some advice in my situation.
I bought a car from motorpoint around a year ago. I have fallen out of live with the car and am wanting to sell it at the moment.
The car is registered as 2.0T Sport on the DVLA and this is what comes up on car buying websites when I search my car registration. My car is actually 2.0T Sport Multimedia - it has the extra multimedia package which is a derivative of the car which is manually selectable through car buying websites DVLA, HPI etc.
Resultantly the difference in prices being quoted to me is actually over 1000£ which seems crazy. When I went to take my car in to sell it I was told that I couldn't get the price of the multimedia pack unless I have it changed by the DVLA - this is fine but it will take around 4 weeks from what I have read.
I think it is unfair that the price of my vehicle may well go down in the time not to mention that my plans have been delayed and this will end up costing me a lot more now due to a mistake made by the dealer during the vehicle registration process.
Any thoughts re: plan going forward/possibility to sell as 'multimedia' without changing with DVLA, getting the original dealer to foot the difference if there is any loss?