no as soon as it leaves the lot its not new you can sell it as practically new or like new
Yes it can be sold as new as long as the car has never been titled. I have looked in magazines where they sell used cars that have like 1000-1200 miles on it and they say that it is new or like new.
If the car has never been titled then it can be sold as new. A new car demonstrator or demo will often have as many as 5,000 miles on it and still sold as new.
At our dealership it could be sold as a demonstrator. The car in our jurisdiction would have to be not registered to an owner, the mileage explained and then the car could still be sold as new with the warranty starting at 1900 miles.
It has nothing to do with the miles. It has to do with the title. If the car has never been titled it can be sold as new. Typically in the situation of a demo a dealer will put less than 5,000 miles on the car. The warranty is not affected because it starts when you purchase the car not from zero miles but from the miles at that time.
In the state of California miles on a car do not factor in if it is used or not. California considers a vehicle new until it is reported as sold by the DMV.
I have been in the car business a good while and I have seen different examples of this I saw a dealer i used to work for sell a vehicle which was an executive demo with 43000km on it for almost new price and it was listed as a brand new car general rule of thumb if it's less than a year old with less than 10000km or in your case miles it can still be sold as a new car but at a heavily discounted price in comparison to the new price
Possibly, if it hasn't been titled before.
Yes, as long as it has not be titled to anyone, it is still new with 632 miles on it. It is a demonstrator, and as such the price should reflect that.
Florida is 1000 miles from New York
Answer You don't specify if your new car is a 2008 or out of the showroom new. If your new car is right out of the showroom don't drive it more than 100 miles an hour to 110 miles an hour for the first 1000 miles. While it's not a baby, you should break it in smoothly especially if you live in a hot climate. If you are the kind of person who likes to keep their car nice, good running be gentle with it for the first 1000 miles. sure why not? might as well enjoy it! yea you gatta at least find out its top speed :)
It typically starts the day the car is put into service meaning the day is sold to its first owner. The miles on warranty would start at that time as well. If you have a 3 yr/36,000 mile warranty and the day you buy the car it has 458 miles on it then your warranty would expire at 36,458 miles or 3 years from purchase date. Which ever comes first. I have to respectfully disagree with the above answer. The warranty is for 36,000 miles and it runs out at 36,000 miles even if the car had 458 miles on it when sold new for the first time. With that many miles the car would be heavily discounted as a demonstrator. But let's say it had 2 miles on it. The warranty still runs out at 36,000 miles and not 36,002. It is not a warranty to the buyer it is a new car warranty and it starts the instant the car rolls out of the factory.