Is the Fair Deal now a Poor Deal?
There is a Red 2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo 4WD listed on Guru It is in
Collinsville IL. You show that it is a Fair deal...( $550 above market value). I looked
at this vehicle and they told me that it is stuck in 4WD and they think the problem is in
the transfercase. Based on this, is this no longer a fair deal? Knowing the costs that
it will take to fix this, shouldn't this be reflected in their price? It's already $550 over
market value and then another roughly $500 to fix the 4WD. Just thought I'd ask
since you're probably not aware of this when you rated this deal. Based on your rating
of $550 over price and another $500 mechanical problems, seems like it is now $1150
over priced. I know they won't come down $1150 in price.
"They Think the problem is..." such an unknown. Personally I wouldn't touch that deal with an 11 foot pole.
Yes, and the problem is, is this site uses ads/listings and prices only to determine "the deals", which is automatically generated. So it's up to you to do your due diligence.
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