From Auto Trader's explanationI was looking at a 2016 GTR on autotrader and was curious when the carfax came back as the car being a corporate vehicle. What does that usually mean?
Not likely. I wholesale cars for a living. Hertz and all the other rental companies are listed as rental cars on Carfax. I look at 40-50 Carfax reports everyday. The car is more likely to have been bought by someone who owns a business for insurance or tax purposes. If you really want to know you could have a dealer get a title history on the car and that will give you more info.thats a complete possibility. I might just pass on this one.
I just bought a '19 Track Edition with 400 miles on it. Was a "corporate" vehicle from TN. I didn't have any problems with knowing that. The dealership I bought it from actually bought 1 TE and 4 Premiums from wherever and they were all "corporate" from TN. All 1 owners. Plus, I figured I saved a good $20k since it's "used". Got my '19 for $117k so. I thought I did pretty good.I bought a "corporate" vehicle from Cadillac and it was driven by the GM of another dealership for 9400 miles.
Yeah i am passing on it. I got more and more pics of it and dear god i don't know how the heck you can get rust on the door handle area. It looks like someone literally took a grinder and chipped away at the paint around the handles. Also some cheap ass wrap was around the grill.yeah but can't you find something cheaper with less miles?