How can a car be considered a "great deal" (according to your site) if the vehilce has a salvage title or been in a recent accident?

Asked by Jun 10, 2012 at 07:52 AM

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some of these adds seem a little misleading.

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I don't work for the site, but I think the "great deal" takes into account the avg. selling price for a certain vehicle. Which is done with all the listing that the program compiles. If the price listed by the dealer is lower than the avg., it's a great deal. It seems to me no other information is used besides price. So it's really up to you to read through the ad and talk to the dealer to find out if you really are getting a great deal. HTH's.

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Thank you, Tom.

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