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Why You Should Inspect a New Car for Damage Before Buying:

The fact that a car is brand new doesn’t mean it’s not damaged. Most people are shocked to learn that dealers do not have to disclose damage on a new car unless it exceeds 6% of the MSRP.

Since most dealers repair damages in their own facilities, the 6% threshold is more like 10% if you were to take it to an independent repair shop.

New cars are also frequently damaged when moved around the lots. The cars are in tight spaces, with dings and scratches quite common.

Before taking delivery of your car, make sure you do a close inspection, both on the outside and interior of the car. Look carefully for overspray of paint in the door jams, near the headlamps under the hood, and chrome trim.

Also pay attention to the spacing between openings such as when the trunk, hood, or doors are closed. Make sure the spacings are even on both sides.

Small scratches and dents are not uncommon to find. Make sure the dealer agrees to fix these blemishes before you drive off the lot.

If you suspect the car has been damaged and repaired, ask the dealer to confirm or deny this in writing. .


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