The reviews given on the vehicles for sale, are the dealerships called to find out the condition of the cars, or do you just assume the conditions and the fair market value?
For most dealerships, the vehicles have to look good (dings, dents and bad scratches fixed) , and will have passed inspection (ensuring everything is safe and mechanically sound) so they show you the average value. An exceptional car, low miles, is always worth more than average - and vice versa.
there is a thing called the Kelly Blue Book that gives the value of most vehicles depending on options ,mileage & overall condition.
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