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Ongoing problems with Great Wall?

Asked by Michael Tiley

The warranty on my Great Wall V200 duel cab is due to end in February. Although I am happy with it I have two concerns. The first is that the injectors were replaced under warranty at 26,500km; it has now done 55,000km and I have my fingers crossed. The other is that over the three years I have owned it I have had problems with sensors, in particular the inlet air temp sensor, which has regularly given trouble, even last week. Should Great Wall give me some continuing warranty on these two at risk items?

Answered by CarsGuide

30 Jan 2015 Carsguide.com.au

There's no reason to give you continuing warranty, the company has seemingly repaired your car when it has given trouble and on that basis is likely to continue to do so. If a part regularly gives trouble, as you say the inlet air temperature sensor does, you have good justification for Great Wall to make repairs as and when needed, at their cost. Remember also that you have recourse through the consumer affairs laws that protect you rights under our laws.

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