Looking to buy a 2013/2014 Lexus GS 350, I found a nice one with 50K miles at $25K.

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Asked by Aug 16, 2016 at 07:04 AM about the Lexus GS 350

Question type: Shopping & Pricing

It's a good deal based on a 2 month search. Only problems I see with it is that
the Carfax shows a front end collision in early 2014. It says structural, maybe a
fender bender. Not too worried about it.
Also, the vehicle has been at the dealer for almost a year. I'm worried about
that since this is a good car at a good price and it still hasn't sold.
Thoughts?

2 Answers

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Always a reason a vehicle has not sold...in months. What Carfax is doing wrong is pretending that their service provides any value when you can't depend on the people with the info providing that info to Carfax.

50,765

Take the car to a reputable body shop and have it inspected to see what repairs were made. A properly repaired car will provide good service for years. The downside is it will be worth much less at trade in time.

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