The Chevy Sonic I bought "new" from Lynch Burlington had over 2,000 miles on it (which I believe can still happen considering 1) Sometimes salesman are allowed to use them as "company cars" thus driving to & from work/home 2) It was in Sept. of 2015 which I made the said purchase so you have to consider it was late in that "new car" year and just before the 2016 models would arrive). I have currently 107k miles on it now. At approx. 50k miles, I needed a new alternator as the old one started "clicking". Then, just recently last month, I needed a new catalytic converter. Now I've noticed for a while Lynch advertises & presses to purchase used cars and trade-ins. I have had one situation w/ this dealership (via phone conversation) that they like to advertise for a large price for "any" trade-in but then turn around & say that the listed prices for the cars in which a trade-in can be used towards the purchase ALREADY includes the "trade in value". But where I am suspicious is that with Lynch constantly asking for trade-ins, is that they MAY BE using naturally used parts from those trade-ins and switching them out with their new models' parts thus putting used parts in to new cars they are selling and finding a way to garner the best of revenue with the new parts they are taking out of their new vehicles. This comment is private
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