I would welcome a little advice on this. I recently bought a Japanese motorcycle, advertised as a 2013 model, from a trader. The same trader had two virtually identical 2010 motorcyles for sale at substantially lower prices. Note, please, that I would not have paid the price I did if I had known it was not a 2013 model. Mine bears, perfectly legally, a 13 plate; it was not actually imported until 2012. The plot thickens a little here, because the DVLA record shows the year of manufacture as 2013 as well. However, enquiry with the manufacturer has revealed that mine is a 2010 model, actually manufactured at the end of 2009. The bike was not as described in the ad. I'm quite content to keep the bike, but not priced as a 2013 model. The 2013 model has a significantly higher specification than the 2010. The trader, initially sympathetic and promising to sort it out, has now stopped communicating with me. It is too late to reject the bike, which I have had for two months, and anyway, I want to keep it; there's nothing wrong with it except the price. I was induced to buy it by the misdescription; I paid the going rate for a three-year-old bike, and got a six-year-old bike. It seems to me that I have a sound case to seek a refund of the difference between the going rate for a 2010, as evidenced by the trader's other bikes, and what I paid, and that Money Claim Online is the best route to take. Ladies and Gentlemen, the floor is yours; any and all advice, tips and opinions will be gratefully received.