Join Date: Sep 2003
Location: East Meadow, NY
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Yeah. I guess it's too late now. I already signed it and all, but I was just so excited to finally drive it that nothing could stand between me and the G35. I ordered the car and it doesn't look like it was driven before even for a testdrive. Dealer has another G35 5 AT that he uses for test drives, which i didn't even drive, because friend of mine happened to own G35 6 MT - so he let me take it for a spin. I did call another dealer however and he said that it is acceptable to get the car with this kind of mileage. What he explained to me is this. Dealers do the follwing practice - If they don't have the car with certain options or colors you want in their inventory, they call other dealers in the area and SWAP the cars. Let's say I want Silver G35 Coupe 6 MT and my dealer in New York doesn't have it. He calls a dealer in New Jersey, who happens to have a client ordering red G35 5 AT and also doesn't have it, but has a Silver G35 6 MT. My dealer will send a driver in red G35 5 AT and SWAP it for a silver G35 6 MT and take it back to NY. That explains that mysteriuos 75 miles on the car which is still considered brand NEW and is sold as new car. I guess that's reasonable right ?? Let me know what you guys think about this ?
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Spoko, did you order this car? or did you buy it off the lot same day. If you did buy it off the lot, then you could have been sold a car used for test driving. The number of miles on the dash suggests you should have gotten a reduced price deal. (maybe you did). IF this vehicle was ordered, there is no way the miles should be this much. The car was already bought and its just waiting for you to come in and claim it. Sounds like you may have been hoodwinked....If you signed the deed confirming the miles, I am not sure what you can do to redeem funds. Depends on the integrity of your dealer. Just my 2 cents worth.
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