I always found warranties that came with cars vague spurious and non committal, the one from EH is no different, it probably says 'does not cover consumables' that could mean cats I'm sure.
I find it all a little bit convenient that the out of house small car tuning company 'AJ' just across the road from EH just happen to have a pair of second hand cats lying around the works somewhere which would fit my zed.
I objected to AJ saying I did not want his second hand parts.
AJ then became very forceful about fitting his used cats, I got the impression very strongly that AJ wanted to take this opportunity to sell his own cats on to someone as part of a deal with EH.
Although there is a three month warranty on the car I am aware it may not help with things the way they are.
However, when I bought the zed I paid for it in full on my credit card. I contacted the credit card company who have taken up my complaint against EH under the Section 75 Act of Sales, 'not fit for the purpose'.
But in the event that my credit card company issue a chargeback on EH until they repair and fix the problem, should I have to accept second-hand cats.
My personal opinion is that I should not have to accept anything second-hand for a repair, it may not be much better than what is fitted already and need changing again, out of warranty or Section 75.
I think the problem is here:
I rang Nissan Main dealership for a price for these two exhausts cats which come to £1,981.96 plus ancillaries i.e. gaskets nuts bolts U clamp etc. plus fitting charge.
It is my opinion that EH sees a cheap fix with AJ and AJ sees the £s for his second-hand used cats.