thank you so much.Some questions to ask them and yourself:
1) Who keeps the $1,000. rebate, you or the dealer?
A basic SX would be about $16,900-17,100 at invoice, so if they keep the rebate
they are making out like a bandit for a USED car. If you get to keep the rebate
then they are only dropping $1,000. off the price so they are selling it to you with
4,500 miles on it about $200. over the invoice price which is a deal you could get
2) Do you get the FULL 5year 60,000 mile bumper to bumper warranty or do they
start the warranty at 4,500 miles?
3) In this ex car salesman's opinion, this is an ok deal but I still think they can do
another $500. off the car considering the mileage. Just my former professional
It's an auto, not 6spd. so no problem with the clutch. there is no clutch. Now, I will agree that 4500 miles for a demo is alot. And if I'm right Kia voids the 10yr/100k and reduces it to 3yr/36k. That's why I never bought a used 1.
kinda the same deal iff the dealer lets the person take the car home for a day or two(just like mine did) and the person puts a shit load of miles on it... brings it back and doesnt want it. the next buyer might get it with 500+ miles on it... thats certainly not new but still never had an owner and shouuld still come with their full waranty yes, i put roughly 600 miles on mine for the 3 days my dealer let me take it home for
and yes, i know that 500 miles is different than 4500 but its the point. its not new if it has 500 miles or 4500