how can a used car have "n/a" for mileage?

Asked by Jan 24, 2014 at 07:51 AM

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The mileage is probably very high and they don't want to list it because no one would look at the vehicle if they did.

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the engine and trans might have been changed out with new or rebuilt and have much lower miles than the car itself. Also if the instrument cluster has been changed it might be showing less miles than is actually on the car and they don't want to be miss leading by posting the lower numbers.

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