Same year same everything

Asked by Mar 12, 2019 at 01:35 PM

Question type: Shopping & Pricing

Why is it one vehicle in Kentucky is way below bb
it’s a great deal and same vehicle in Vermont is
only a good deal same make model color year

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It has to do with location; really. A car in a depressed location like Vermont usually sells for less than in a more stable economy elsewhere. What surprised me is that residents of New York City don't go to places like Vermont or Maine to buy cars for considerably less. Long ago, when I lived in Washington DC, I bought cars in Michigan. I got a vacation and saved over 10% on a car.

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