Hyunday Genesis R-Spec

Discussion in 'Combustion Chamber' started by SLRdude, Jan 17, 2013.

  1. SLRdude

    SLRdude

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    I love buying cars too. Not a good love to have lol.

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  2. Korean Cowboy

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    If you drive it and like it, that's all that really matters.

    In regards to purchasing a pre-owned one versus a new one, the pre-owned market is still overinflated (IMHO), because people haven't been purchasing new cars up until recently...plus, quality pre-owned ones are hard to come by. That's why you'll see cars with over 100K miles sitting on the pre-owned section of a dealership. Normally, those cars would go to the auction...it's crazy to see cars that old on the lots (I've seen cars with 200K miles on the lot as well).

    If I understand your numbers correctly, the '13 is a grand more than the programme car/CPO car...you might as well get the new car. It'll come with all of the new car warranty. That being said, I am a big fan of CPO cars, but in some cases, it doesn't make much sense.

    How long do you plan on keeping this car?
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    If you're buying any CPO, go over the programme with a fine-tooth comb, as not all programmes are alike. I've heard some horror stories about BMW's CPO programme, and whenever I worked for them, their attitude towards warranty claims didn't set the world on fire. LOL