why do you put Price High on a car when you dont know they details about the car. only the general information.

Asked by Aug 31, 2019 at 12:31 PM about the 2015 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray Z51 3LT Convertible RWD

Question type: Car Selling & Trading In

My car has an extended warranty worth  3 thousand dollars that is
transferable. Why show my car with your stupid opinion of HIGH PRICE next
to it.  So I cant sell it. What is it any of your business anyways how people
price their car.
My car is worth more than im asking but not by your computer standards that
doesnt even look to see what is being offered. You just flag it based on year
and general info. What if the car was solid gold...Still high price?   Idiots.

3 Answers

77,575

Well, that's computers and fill-in forms. CarGurus might not be the venue for your particular car, but you could modify the listing to fit the idiotic forms. Maybe list the car priced as the car alone, then put in the description, an additional charge of $XXXX will be added for the extended warranty. That might even be a novel way to get more interest. Good Luck.

4,460

You seemed to figure out how the IMV works, with no human intervention. It is just a guide. Serious buyers will know the difference based on your description. If you don't like the site, remove your car and try another. What do you want for free?

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Rant away but no one here can help you.

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