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I'm considering buying a NEW 2016 Ford F250 Platinum 6.7l diesel with approximately 100 miles, but the truck has been on the lot for 300+ days. I would get about a $750 discount, but is it worth potential problems it could have from it sitting for so long vs buying a "newer" one... and what problems could I encounter? Thank you! -JH
My car has 100 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.
Hi there, thanks for writing in.
There is nothing specifically wrong with buying a new car that has sat that long, but if I was buying a $65,000+ truck that sat for over 300 days, I would try to get a better discount, at least $2000-$3000. After 300 days they must be eager to move that thing, and offering 750 off is about a 1% discount. There is more wiggle room than that on a fully loaded truck like that. If they won't budge, then I would spend the extra 750 and get one that hasn't been sitting that long.
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