Charger SRT Hellcat
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Why wouldn't the seller offer the service history?I’m looking at a used ‘18 widebody and was hoping someone here could run a VIN for me to get dealer service history. I can PM you the VIN. Any help is appreciated!!!!!
Ahhhh gotcha, smart. Should always be wary of that when buying this type of car used. Good luck.I was more concerned with a tune and mod history plus any outstanding issues with FCA. I've known guys to go ape shit over mods on a new vehicle, so I'm trying to avoid those types.
When I was considering a used car (back in 2009) I got a CarFax report from the selling dealer. From this I learned where the car spent some time -- in this case its first 6 years (the car was a 2003 MY). I called the dealers in that area and with the VIN the servicing the car had was looked up. I avoided asking anything about the owner but I did learn what services at what time (month/year) and at approx. what miles the car had received. I learned enough to be confident the car had received reasonable servicing.It's at a non-dodge dealer. I'm just trying to cover all my bases before I decide what to do. Car only has 3k miles for 2018.
Not my first rodeo, the vehicle is in another state.....
So how do you know if a car was turned and returned to stock?I was more concerned with a tune and mod history plus any outstanding issues with FCA. I've known guys to go ape shit over mods on a new vehicle, so I'm trying to avoid those types.
Dealer said something about in depth scans that count cycles, really not a way for them to know if a tune was added or removed.So how do you know if a car was turned and returned to stock?
Also, will FCA tell you if a VIN is still under warranty or flagged no warranty?
Hmmm, something I didn’t even consider. If the car has never had an oil change then the powertrain warranty is out the window? I don’t have a clue but @ 2600 miles I’m wondering if it’s been changed?If the car was tuned, FCA will know if they want to, like in a major repair. For little stuff, they probably won't check.
Also need documentation showing at least one oil change every 6 months since new or in a major repair, your engine warranty is probably already out the window anyway.
So it's a risk either way as are all used car purchases.
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