Would you be concerned about a car that has been on a lot for over 200 days?


Asked by May 01, 2016 at 01:14 AM

Question type: Shopping & Pricing

We have seen two cars we were interested in previously are still for sale.  
They have been on the same lot 264 & 186 days respectively.  They've been
reduced more than once and show as a "good value".   Is the time on the lot a
"red flag'?

2 Answers

Kelly Mayo

theres a reason for that yes...so ask questions and find out...

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Bob Beaman

Time on the lot to me is no huge deal, but there is usually a reason. It may have been over priced or an unpopular model or funky color or something else. Anytime you look at used vehicles look close and do your research.

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