Are demo vehicles a good buy?
Similarly, it is asked, how much should I get off a demo car?
Generally, you'll want a discount of 25 to 40 cents per mile driven. On a vehicle driven 5,000 miles, this comes out to a discount of between $1,250 and $2,000. Just realize that demo vehicles are not always great deals, and in fact most experts recommend not buying them.
Similarly, how many miles can a car have and still be sold as new? So, the short answer to your question is: yes, a car that has been driven 1,100 miles may indeed still be considered a "new" car. However, while a dealer can represent that cars which have been driven as employee demos are "new," the dealer cannot misrepresent the actual condition of the vehicle.
Likewise, is it good to buy a demo car?
Demo or Program Cars Can Be a Good Deal — Under the Right Conditions. You can call around to dealerships to ask if they have any demo cars available for sale. The price of demo cars can be less because the dealership sales managers use them for test-drives, putting as much as 3,000 miles on the odometer.
What's a demo vehicle?
Demos are new cars that have been driven by the dealership's staff or as test-drive vehicles by interested customers. Often they are used as a salesperson's personal vehicle and can have hundreds to several thousand miles on them.