if i find a car thats not near me how would i get it ?
there are several shipping companies that you could use to get it to you. my wife and i bought a Lincoln Navigator from Las Vegas and we live in Cleveland, Ohio. i would definitely recommend flying out and driving it first. We made a weekend of it, (easy to do with the car being in Vegas) and then it shipped to our house in about a week. the easiest way is to search for auto transportation companies online. you can also ask the dealer if they use a specific company a lot themselves. they may be able to get you a discount. If you cannot fly out then hopefully you know someone in that area that could check it out for you. Good Luck!
Keep in mind shipping company quotes will range from a few hundred to several hundred to ship a car several states away, it can add up to a big bill by the end, so factor that into your purchase price of the car to see if it is worth it - you might find the same car locally, even with a higher asking price that in the end will be cheaper than one further away requiring shipping.
I never would purchase a vehicle without driving and touching it. So fly out to check it out and drive it back home. Like Ken suggests, find one local is easier.
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