By that reckoning then most extras are titanium x or titanium, as they are standard on those yet appear as extras / options on other cars in the fiesta range.
Like (off the top of my head, I'd have to check to be 100%); rear privacy glass, rear centre headrest, s/s door sill protectors, cruise control, auto headlights / wipers, led drls, heated front seats, electric folding mirrors, rear sensors, EATC, dab stereo, do you want me to go on?
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Or all ST3 options ? Seen as that's the highest fiesta model not titanium or titanium x, but it doesn't work like that.
We all care for our cars, it's a forum for cars ? I spend a lot on mine and it's not a hyper car. But I'm still going to ford fair to enjoy the day with other ford fanatics etc. I just don't expect FOC to put my car under armed guard and constant cctv surveillance with laser beams around it. Only way they could guarentee a silly request like that.
Do you sit in the car while your other half goes in the supermarket then ? Or let me guess you get it delivered ? Hahaa sorry to be abit horrible but it is just a fiesta, just enjoy the car instead of worrying about things that may never happen and if they did its life and part of motoring. You can't bubble wrap it.
Try another dealer, you never know your luck. If you had purchased from a dealer and this fault developed, you could have demanded a repair free of charge under the Sale of Goods Act. This would be regardless of warranty issues.
You purchased privately so cannot enforce those rights sadly. Unless of course the person you bought it from buys and sells cars in the course of a business.
Well you've just answered yourself, the guy you bought it from broke the armrest hinge and unfortunately it isn't warranty. The confusion also being the technician wouldn't tell you that as it isn't his job, they've made the phone call to inform you. I'm afraid that's part of buying privately, you don't get a dealer cover or the dealer repairing things like that before its re-sold to someone like yourself.
Don't mean this in a bad way, but if you noticed it when you purchased it you should of
1. Made them aware and get them to fix asap as its a new vehicle your purchasing
2. Not left it until your service because for all the technician knows uouve broken it since.
If the hinge is damaged it isn't warranty as someone has been too hard opening/closing it etc.
So In my opinion that isn't the dealers fault, but out of good will if you purchased the car from there Id tell the manager your situation and hope he understands and does it for free or discounted.