I'm fairly certain the 2.0 Petrol Scenic has (or had, as it's no longer available since Renault culled half the range) a CVT - probably it replaced the old torque-convertor. Although my folks have had 3 Scenic automatics now (the first two of which were the old 1.6 4-spd) and have nothing but praise for them. Well, except the fuel consumption on the 2.0 which, if they had listened to me instead of the salesman, they would have known about beforehand.
You either accept a Morgan as you accept the Himalayas or you go on to more splendid things, say, butterfly collecting. A Morgan merely is and that should be enough.
Nick, I'm sure you're right. My experience was based on some web research about 7 years ago and a look at a petrol 1.6 that was 3 years old at the time. I expect there's some commonality between Renault and Nissan now and Nissan do indeed use CVT for some cars.
"There's a fine line between wrong and visionary. Unfortunately, you have to be a visionary to see it." - Dr Sheldon Cooper
I drove the yaris back to the dealer Toyota Lancaster this morning. The manager want to check the car first to see if there is any safety issue then he said if I really don't like the car, he can do the P/X which is unfair as I only bought this car for 1 week, and I was told it is Automatic instead of Semi Auto. I was misled to buy this car. I asked them to have an independent car exam, not from their Toyota company.
I don't know what can I do the next step, I am waiting for the result of the car exam, they might say the car is fine, nothing wrong with it, but I seriously can't drive this car, I feel like the car drives me instead I drive the car. it chooses the unexpecting gear for me, and I have to accept it, on the even flat surface road, I was jumping , leaping when I am driving in the car.
I wonder if anyone here knows about the law or regulation about purchasing an used car only for one week. Am I entitled to get a fully refund? If not what's the legal action against this issue.
Thank you for your help.