Hi everyone, I was just wondering what people's thoughts were on a legal issue a friend brought up to me. He purchased a motorcycle back in 2012. Since then he has had to replace the radiator every year (2013-2015) because it continues to give out after 6000-8000kms. The last repair was covered only under a parts warranty but not the full manufacturer warranty so he had to pay for labour. He is scared to take the bike out for long trips and asked me if he had any legal rights for having to spend so much in maintaining the bike. I researched the model of the motorcycle and there were no public recalls or anything to suggest that the product may be defective. My initial opinion would be to just say that he wouldn't have any legal rights to compensation because I cannot think of any real legitimate area this would fall under the ACL ( Australian Consumer Law). I am under the impression that him continuing to repair the bike year after year kinda dilutes the manufacturer's liability as well because it brings up issues on whether installation was done properly, etc. Unfortunately, some products are just less durable than others but nonetheless may still be considered 'fit for purpose.' What does everyone else think?