I'm having some issues with my petrol Renault Clio Rush 1.2 8V. I had the water coolant tank and stop light show on my dashboard because the engine was overheating. I found there was no coolant in the tank, but last time I checked there was some. The cap was secure, no external leaks, so I refilled the coolant and it seems to be okay. A mechanic has done all the necessary tests but is unable to source the issue. I was wondering if you have any ideas?
I recently bought a Land Rover Discovery Sport 150 E because it was advertised as having better fuel consumption than previous generation Land Rover. However, I only get 40 mpg over the first 1500 miles which is less than my part exchanged Land Rover Freelander. Have you any guidance on how to reject the car based on misleading claims about better mpg?
My 2011 Hyundai i20 CRDi 90PS diesel has developed sluggish starting and oil splashed 3/4 way up the dipstick (checked after overnight standing). Coolant level remains normal. The engine has often cut out over the first couple of miles when cold. It's done 112,000 miles of predominantly long 20 - 60 mile journeys. Do you think it's time to get rid of it?
My 2011 Ford Mondeo boot button isn't working, but will open on the key fob remote. Ford have tried a new micro switch but it isn't that. They say it needs further investigation but that could be an expensive solution just for a boot to open with the button.
I have a Range Rover Sport that will be coming out of warranty soon. What is the warranty firm you would recommend? Not necessarily the cheapest, but one that would carry out any required work without a fight on my hands. Or would it be better to extend the Land Rover warranty at £745 - £880 depending on level of cover required?
I own a 2015 Nissan Micra K13. After about a year and 35,5000 miles (still on warranty), the clutch in the car broke down and the local Nissan dealer refused to fix it on his own expense. I know how I drive, and have many years experience as a driver, so it is not because of reckless driving. I've read on this website that the faulty clutch on new Micra K13 is a known issue. Could you provide me any official sources that Nissan acknowledge this?
I'm thinking of changing my 2010 Mercedes-Benz E350 CDI for an E400 petrol or an E300 hybrid. I drive 6000 - 7000 miles annually, normally 20 mile journeys with occasional European trips. What is your opinion?
I've been thinking of buying a 2008 Porsche Boxster 987 in Macadamia Brown Metallic. It's a nice car but do you think this would be a silly colour to buy and would it affect the resale value adversely? It's a dark metallic brown.
I'm looking at getting a 2008 Honda Civic 1.8 i-VTEC. It's showroom condition; one owner and full service history for £4000. It will come with 6 months warranty from the garage. It has 99,000 miles on the clock, is this high for this kind of car?
My Ford Focus 1.6 TDCi runs fine for 35 - 40 miles, then cuts out as if the ignition was turned off. When I stop and turn off the ignition and then restart it then it runs fine. This is a repeating problem. Do you know what it could be?
My used car was advertised and sold to me as having metallic paint and climate control. Three months on, I've discover that it has neither. I took your advice and requested that the trader compensate me for a fair percentage of the cost of these factory options to reflect my loss, but he is saying I inspected the car at the time and should have checked everything first. I did verbally check these items with him before purchasing but there is no record of this, except that the advert lists them out. I'm left with a car that is worth less and less desirable come resale time. What, if anything, can I do?
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