That is true, in my case (which is a long story) there were things that I could have easily noticed during the delievery but since I did not inspect the car, I found them at home, which cost me trips to the dealership and I live in Sarasota,flYou can only inspect so much. If there are any problems, chances are you'd have to be driving for a few days before you found out.
Most cars are not going to net you any profit, especially modded. the only exceptions are rare cars and originally restored. do you plan on driving this car? newer cars that are modded go way down in price, try trading a modded car, then return it back to stock and see how much you would get for it, its always higher for a unmolested car!Yeh you're right I suppose I sorta meant to say that I would trade it in 2 or 3 years down the line. Cars are money pits not a whole lot we can do abt it (like u said pretty much)
+1Make sure you know what the standard features are on the car and double check to make sure you're not being charged for it as a dealer add-on. My Hyundai dealer is notorious for this, not to forget the $9,995 for wheel moldings and door edge guards :ugh: