How can i see price history of a vehicle that has been on cargurus for 62 days, yet the dealer transferred the car to a another of its dealerships 7 days ago and I can only see price history of last 7 days with the current dealer? I want to pay the price it was shown as listed with other dealership (its all part of the same company) but I can't show them the price from 8 days ago. And they don't believe me. Please help!!

Asked by May 16, 2017 at 06:07 PM about the Mitsubishi Outlander Sport

Question type: Shopping & Pricing

3 Answers

74,105

Offer what you think it is worth and walk if they say no. Check values on Car Gurus, NADA, Blue Book, Edmund's etc.

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I have done that. They just want to see proof of the previously listed price. That price history doesn't show as the car is listed at a sister dealership (same company though). So I only see the price history of listed at current dealership, not the full 62 days its been on cargurus. They just don't want to sell to me at a lower price listed 8 days ago!

74,105

This is BS. They know what they paid for the car and don't need an old ad to set the price. I would walk. The information you want is unavailable.

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