Date: Mon, 11 Feb 2002 05:05:42 +0000
From: Johannes H Andersen <johsnopsamanytime.co.uk>
Subject: Re: BUYING A DEMONSTRATOR 9-3


aero2lnopsamail.com wrote: > > I'm about to buy a 2000 9-3 cabrio, buit it's a demo car with 18k miles. > Are demo cars more likely to have been well-maintained - or more likely to > have been trashed around and neglected while on the forecourt. > > Colours wise, i wanted silver with blue hood, but can only get that with > also beige leather. What do people think of the combination? > > Kee The dealers love the term "demo car" and usually offers a measly reduction since they like to think the car is virtually new. Actually 18k miles is a lot for a demo. Surely it must have been used as a "pool" car. Try to sell them a similar car in part ex and you will find a complete change of tune. So don't pay more than than market value for a car of similar age and mileage, or else you might as well buy a new car with a discount thrown in. Any car of that age can be shined up to look in showroom condition. Johannes

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