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Hi. I am considering buying a gen 2 car through the dealer network. The car comes with all of the warranties from the dealer. But there is a note of comments against the car. I have not yet been able to find out what the comments are. What is typical of comments by a dealer? Should I not consider this car?

Thanks Craig

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Not trying to take away any food from the table from a "dealer" but try looking at private owners selling.A majority of them are honest and kept records. The car will be less expensive.Use carfax and find a one or two owner car that the owner has loved the car.No need to pay a whole lot of your hard earned money to get the car of your dreams through a dealer.Doesn't make sense.A private owner will talk your head off about the car. They owned it for a long time.The dealer knows squat about the purchase.Good luck.

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Hi. I am considering buying a gen 2 car through the dealer network. The car comes with all of the warranties from the dealer. But there is a note of comments against the car. I have not yet been able to find out what the comments are. What is typical of comments by a dealer? Should I not consider this car?Thanks Craig

Hi Craig, what does this statement mean?

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Hi. I have not been able to find out yet exactly what it is. The car is available with the full Porsche warranty, but is priced about 5 percent cheaper than an equivelant car. All the salesman said was there is a comment against the car. That is what I was wondering about.Cheers Craig

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Hi. I have not been able to find out yet exactly what it is. The car is available with the full Porsche warranty, but is priced about 5 percent cheaper than an equivelant car. All the salesman said was there is a comment against the car. That is what I was wondering about. Cheers Craig

Sounds like a "salvaged title" or something. Maybe even an accident report/damage. Or, an inoperable odometer and true mileage is unknown.

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