Fiat reveals sporty Scudo special edition

Fiat Professional has revealed a 100-only run of limited-edition Fiat Scudo vans, targeted at small business users.

Priced at £39,100 plus VAT, the Fiat Scudo Onyx is focused very much on exterior image. It is available in a choice of Metallic Colosseum Grey or Metallic Cinema Black, with a sports-style rear bumper, rear roof spoiler and front lower spoiler, as well as extended side sill mouldings, 18-inch Y-spoke black alloy wheels and 'Onyx' decals.

Inside, Fiat's "Magic Cargo" folding passenger bench and load-through bulkhead are offered as standard equipment.

Additional specification includes an emergency braking system, forward collision and lane departure warning, adaptive cruise control, blind spot alert, front parking sensors, and high beam assist. Also included are driver attention alert, electrically folding heated door mirrors, front fog lights and an athermic windscreen.   

A seven-inch colour touchscreen features navigation, while DAB radio, Bluetooth, USB socket, Apple CarPlay, and Android Auto also feature, alongside steering wheel controls, a panoramic rearview camera, and additional front fog lights. 

It also gets a leather steering wheel featuring audio controls, automatic air conditioning, electrically folding heated door mirrors and keyless entry and start.  

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Can my son reject a van he bought last August?

My son bought a 19 plate Citroen van from a Citroen dealership in August 2023 with a year warranty. Upon buying it was kept for two weeks whilst they fixed a faulty drivers seat. Since then the driveshaft has broken, there was an oil leak and there was a problem with the NHS door, The stop start has never worked. Citroen fixed all but the stop start wanting £250 to fix it. Now the clutch is starting to slip. Citroen are not taking any blame for this and have said they will strip it down to check for faults but if there aren’t any will charge £600 to put it back! The centre console electronics now intermittently work. What are his rights given all the faults with the vehicle. Can he reject it?
It is possible to reject a vehicle if certain conditions are met, such as the vehicle is not fit for purpose, of sufficient quality or not as described. The issue in this situation is the amount of time that has passed since the vehicle was purchased, as your consumer rights are somewhat diminished after six months, although the fact that it is still under warranty goes in your favour. You can read more about the process of rejecting a vehicle here:
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