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Originally posted by heavyD A US car carries variables a Canadian car doesn't. People worry about inspections, MPH, how it was imported, were any corners cut when adding daytime running lights, warranty, etc.
I seriously doubt the majority of people buying used cars consider any of this.
All they see is a US car that MUST have been bought cheap, which means they need a discount too or they are being ripped off.
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It's the same mentality as my father-in-law, who is suspicious of giving away or selling his used junk, because he's sure that whoever gets it will resell it for me. He'd rather it goes to the dump so he doesn't end up someones fool.
I always figure if someone will pay me $20 for something, that's money I didn't have before, and they take it away for me as well. Huge win in my books.