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Question Details Asked:Feb 20, 2008 - 08:33 PMStatus:Closed
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A car can always be sold as new if it was never previously titled, regardless of the number of miles.
I work at a dealership and I've seen cars leave with 1 mile and some with 500 miles. Sometimes, it's been on the lot for some time and maybe it's been test driven a few times. But the poster above is right.
Some states may have a mileage or age limit on defining a new car. Utah, for example, limits the miles to 7,500. Other states may consider a demo or other car used by a dealer but never sold at retail a "new" car.
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