On cargurus website, why doesn't the color of the car shown for sale match the dealer's description? Ex. Car shown is red ...I get interested... Dealer says it's white...or silver. ????


Asked by Jul 17, 2013 at 02:33 PM about the 2013 Hyundai Elantra

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Bait and switch. Dealers do that all the time...list a car at an impossible price to get your attention.."oh, that one just sold, But I have some other cars...


Also, Dealer could be using a "stock photo" (I hate when they do that)...but they do if they haven't got around to snapping photos of the car yet.

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