Was it your first time ever?
they had a carfax and it came back cleanMINENCE said:Did you ever have a chance to get the vin# prior to test drive to check the history? I wonder if that would show any signs?
My buddy (The salesman) said "We can probably let her go for around $45K"ard said:Other than being priced $10k high....
Yeah, I will do that when I find one I really want, that's what I did with my M3ard said:If you get serious on a car you should try to run the VIN for BMWs records- screw carfax, it's semi-useless- BMW service history will list any warranty claims with mafs, etc
Hello Ard,ard said:If you get serious on a car you should try to run the VIN for BMWs records- screw carfax, it's semi-useless- BMW service history will list any warranty claims with mafs, etc
Thank you! I'll PM you for the sheet so I have it for reference.icsfsedod said:Yes, with the VIN#, any dealership can pull and print you the full service history of the car. Regular maintenance items such as oil changes I don't believe are listed, but all warranty and non-warranty work is. There are codes associated with each service/repair item. There is a decodeing sheet floating around on the internet that will allow you to look them up like the service advisor does. I have the code sheet in Microsoft XL if you want me to email it to you, send me a PM.
:byebye::M5launch:ard said:I dunno.... but he ain't taking my car out for a drive!