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Service loaner

GmancoGmanco NjPosts: 1
edited September 2018 in General
Dealer offering service loaner car as new, 200 miles on it, 2018 model, price is above KBB fair price. Red flag? How much discount off MSRP is typical for a loaner? Also, who would legally be original owner?

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  • PF_FlyerPF_Flyer Pennsylvania Furnace, PAPosts: 8,491
    They want to sell it as new, you're looking at it as used (slightly) Maybe a red flag on the price. Not sure that 200 miles is going to be much of a factor on the car's condition.

    Might check out this article, Can Buying a Demo Car Save You Money?

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  • Mr_ShiftrightMr_Shiftright Sonoma, CaliforniaPosts: 63,454
    If it's never been registered and only has 200 miles on it, then it is essentially a new car; however, you might want to check the remaining months on the warranty and bargain accordingly. Ask when the warranty started, and then use that info to hammer on the price.

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  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 107,618
    Gmanco said:

    Dealer offering service loaner car as new, 200 miles on it, 2018 model, price is above KBB fair price. Red flag? How much discount off MSRP is typical for a loaner? Also, who would legally be original owner?

    What make/model?

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