I bought my MY14 Volkswagen Polo GTI 2 years ago from a dealer new. Over this period, I have experienced issues with the ABS brakes that engage at speeds less than 10km/h. At speeds less than 10km/h a car should stop immediately. Instead, my cars ABS brakes engage and it continues to move forward with a number of meters before stopping. It has caused a number of near misses as I have pulled up at stop signs and gone through them and also coming out of car parks nearly hit pedestrians. After a month of trying to fix the car, Volkswagen now admits there is a fault with the ABS system however, they are unable to fix it. They suggested I keep driving the car with the issue. I refused as I believe it's unsafe and not 'fit for purpose' and I am now escalating the issue within Volkswagen. What are my rights under Australian Consumer Law? Can I demand the amount I paid for the car back? Or a replacement car?