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I am about to lease a car, but I've been sent a email from the lease company (nationwidevehiclecontracts). They have sent me the following quote: Please Note: Once we are in receipt of your signed co… Read More
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6m, 3w agoPosted 6 months, 3 weeks ago
I am about to lease a car, but I've been sent a email from the lease company (nationwidevehiclecontracts). They have sent me the following quote:
Please Note: Once we are in receipt of your signed contracts and authorised by the finance company we are legally required to provide a cancellation period. This entitles you to cancel the vehicle 14 days after receipt of the notice, we will not be able to deliver your vehicle until after your right to cancel has expired

...........How can they hold onto the vehicle on purpose to run out my legal requirements/ protection? I could receive the vehicle which could have faults, damage or marks. Let alone some faults come out after the vehicle has been driven. I could also receive the vehicle and the specifications could be incorrect or extras not available. Anyone leased before and is this generic and do I have any personal protections about any issues or faults.

Thanks in advance.
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6m, 3w agoPosted 6 months, 3 weeks ago
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#1
I wouldn't... and I personal lease my car(s) from Honda and Mazda!

Edited By: Splodger101 on Nov 01, 2016 18:07
#2
Hmm,

Sounds like they (the broker) don't want the risk of customers exercising their right to refuse goods and leaving them with cars that are registered and need to be paid for.

We will need a new car in the Spring and had considered this company, however if these terms are correct, then I would walk away before it's too late. What if the car is a lemon, or the wrong spec? You've agreed to waive your rights!
#3
The 14 days is only the period you can walk away with out reason or any legal comeback. If the car has faults then that is a separate matter. But I agree it is a curious clause and does make one question the company imposing it.
#5
enjoys999
Hmm,

Sounds like they (the broker) don't want the risk of customers exercising their right to refuse goods and leaving them with cars that are registered and need to be paid for.

We will need a new car in the Spring and had considered this company, however if these terms are correct, then I would walk away before it's too late. What if the car is a lemon, or the wrong spec? You've agreed to waive your rights!


Thanks for the advice. Nice to have a honest opinion.
#6


Thank you, I will have a look.
#7
Run a mile from this.
#8
you can buy a 10 year old fiesta hehehe

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