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Old 5th February 2012, 00:48   #61
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Default Re: Factory seconds

Well this is quite commonplace now. Factory seconds are sold to dealers at 30 to 35% off the Ex Showroom Price. And they can be had by us consumers at 25% off from these dealers. I get updated about such deals quite often.
This is the last email I rcvd
Dear Sir,

We are offering a flat, non-negotiable discount of 25% on ex-showroom prices on following cars.
Please refer attached price list.
Hyundai Santro
Hyundai i10
Hyundai i20
Hyundai Verna Fluidic
Honda Jazz
Honda City
Honda Civic
Honda Accord
Volvo S80
Volvo S60

Please Note:
1. Prices are fixed and non-negotiable
2. Cars are available for inspection at JNPT & Vasai
3. We do not offer warranty/ guarantee/ services
4. Offers are valid subject to availability of model and colour

Please call me on _______

Have attached the Price List
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Old 5th February 2012, 01:50   #62
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On a similar note - A friend working for Chevrolet mentioned of factory seconds (registered temporarily on Chevrolet's name) are auctioned off. They sell about 6 cars per quarter, and currently 3 are left for now..

Price quoted is 6-8L which needs to be bought on auction. Cars are 2010 or early 2011 manufactured. The car in question is a Chevrolet Cruze with about 9-10000 Kms on the odo.

It comes with company warranty/ insurance / even an option of taking a loan!

Edit: The place of auction / car's location is unknown - but was told I need to take prior permission to even enter the yard to checkout the cars.

Is it worth risking to go ahead for a car of this type? Please clarify.


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