REGIONS // YEAR // BRAND // MODEL // OPTIONS // PRICE 1. DC Metro // 2012 // HONDA // ACCORD // EX-L LOADED // ANY 2. Central FL // 2012 // HONDA // ACCORD // EX-L LOADED // ANY TIA mwa423 said: FrugalFreddy said: Please:
REGIONS // YEAR // BRAND // MODEL // OPTIONS // PRICE 1. DC Metro // 2012 // HONDA // EX-L // LOADED // ANY 2. Central FL // 2012 // HONDA // EX-L // LOADED // ANY
I was hoping to get some info regarding a 2014 Ford Explorer Sport. I found one at a local dealership with 10,500 miles and it is certified. They have the price listed at $40K, has been on the lot for 65 days (salesperson says it will be going to auction soon. Comes with 2 year or 100,000 mile warranty from dealership and the rest of the Ford warranty(3 yrs, 36,000 miles bumper to bumper....) Options include moonroof, 2nd row bucket seats, navigation, backup camera, power liftgate, etc. My concern is there is a minor accident listed on the carfax. What is a legitimate offer to make? Thanks in advance for any helpful info.
Hi every one, I'm new member from the site. I didn't know much about how to auction a car. I'm living in south Florida, and I'm needing some helps of your guys to buy a 2011-12 jeep gran Cherokee limited ? Please help
Just started following this thread. Get my dealers license in TX on Monday, pretty excited. I've been to the auction several times and have seen some steals, both with salvage and clean titles. Some cars went small dents and some totaled.
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