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Asked by Aug 30, 2017 at 10:36 AM about the 2007 Nissan 350Z

Question type: Car Selling & Trading In

I was interested in a car in Miami, they listed it at one
price I called to set up a appointment to fly down to by
the car and the dealership said the price was 1500 dollars
higher, is your web site a scam?

1 Answer

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CarGurus.com does not set the prices on the vehicles, the dealer does. Just like if you were selling a car on CarGurus.com you would put in the price you want, so does the dealer. If the price is off, then either the dealership is doing it purposefully or whoever they have in charge of their internet listings typed in the number incorrectly. The dealership should be able to fix the pricing on the website by accessing their account.

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