Tet is coming, I’m thinking about buying a car to go out. During the process of researching to buy a car, I noticed a problem that left me quite confused.
There are two main forms of car buying today: buying new cars from dealers, original distributors, private dealers, and buying used cars from many different parties.
Vehicles with older labels are in the clear. Ignore the Odo rewinding temporarily, when it is said that it is a “used car”, everyone understands that the car is no longer new, the Odo is high. A small number of odo cars are not of very high quality because owners do not have much need to use them. I consider this group “like new”, hard to find but if you do, that’s great.
The problem I’m thinking of is the “new car”. I understand that a new car does not mean that it has never been used. At a minimum, dealers must drive cars from parking lot to dealer, between dealers… but there is no shortage of cases where new cars have high ODO numbers, and they can also be brought to the car market . Old is fine.
I know that many cars are used for testing, also called demos. On paper, it’s a new car. But in fact it is an “old car”. Many dealers will clearly inform customers about new cars and demo cars. But I am afraid that there will be distributors and importers who will be confused between these two concepts.
So what’s the difference between a demo car and a new car? What number on the odometer is considered a “new car”, at what number do I have the right to suspect that it is a demo car?
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