An Auckland car dealer has been fined nearly $10,000 for selling a used Jaguar with a tampered odometer, Stuff reports. Jamal Nasser, also known as Jamal Mason, of Seven Seas Motors Ltd, sold the 2011 Jaguar XJ in March for $30,000. Upon purchase, the car’s odometer read it had travelled just over 17,300 kilometres, but it was discovered the vehicle had wear and defects which indicated it had travelled significantly further than advertised. The Motor Vehicle Disputes Tribunal found Nasser breached the Fair Trading Act.
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