Can a demo car be sold as new?
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Besides, is it OK to buy a demo car?
Demo or Program Cars Can Be a Good Deal — Under the Right Conditions. You're on the dealer lot or website and come across an intriguing used car. It is the same model year as what's currently available new, yet it is being sold at a discount for thousands less than the MSRP of a new one.
Furthermore, how do you buy a demo car? Follow these steps to make sure you're actually getting a fair deal on your demo car.
- Step 1: Research the car's history.
- Step 2: Check the car's warranty.
- Step 3: Do it again with more demo cars.
- Step 4: Find out how much your options are actually worth.
- Step 5: Inspect for damages.
- Step 6: Negotiate the price and financing.
Keeping this in consideration, 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.
Are ex demo cars worth buying?
Buying an ex-demo car can be a cheaper way to get yourself a brand new car, for a lower price than you'd usually expect to pay. This is because ex-demo cars are vehicles that dealerships have previously used as display and test drive models for their showrooms.