Thanks for the feedback I have another post on here I’m torn between a red 2017 with I’m only 11k miles and a black 2019 with 32k miles both same price what you think?Yes, I would.
The problem with even Minor accident vehicles is you don't know if it has hidden damage - too much variation in what is considered "repaired" IMO.
I was in the same boat a few months ago - was looking at a late model Audi at a dealership with only 7k miles, but it had a "minor" accident reported on the right rear. It was priced like others offered with no damage, so despite that it had the right options, mileage, and color, I passed on it.
Yes, mystery solved.I pulled the Window sticker, it is a Red Sport so that means the Silver S is just the wrong part. The Body shop that ordered it probably didn't know which one was needed or its a similar part number between them just one character off. With that said, accidents are a crap shoot. Best advise is to see if you can have it inspected by an independent body shop to get their opinion on it,
Looks good, so far. One site you should check with is badvin.org. It sometimes includes the auction pictures, and possibly pricing, to get an idea what CarMax got it for and what condition it was in, prior to getting it cleaned-up:So what do you think iridium safe to get this one?