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Old 09-28-16, 09:31 AM
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I just got NX 200t used with 3k miles, certified pre owned for 35k do you think its good deal?
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I just got NX 200t used with 3k miles, certified pre owned for 35k do you think its good deal?
Need more info. Year? Awd or Fwd? Fsport, base or hybrid? Features included? Price of the same car with the same features if you built it new on the site?
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Need more info. Year? Awd or Fwd? Fsport, base or hybrid? Features included? Price of the same car with the same features if you built it new on the site?
Its 2015 AWD, 200t Premium and Navi + some options: powered tailgate, blind spot alert, front + back parking sensors. Unfortunately no active cruise, no rain sensing wipers and no lane keep assist or whatever its called.

A new one is around 43k now.
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Its 2015 AWD, 200t Premium and Navi + some options: powered tailgate, blind spot alert, front + back parking sensors. Unfortunately no active cruise, no rain sensing wipers and no lane keep assist or whatever its called.

A new one is around 43k now.
$35k isn't a bad deal when you consider the low mileage and the features. The CPOs I looked at when I was shopping two months ago was around that range $35k to $38k for a base model and around 9k-14k miles. But dealers compete against each other and if that car new is $43k, you probably could've gotten one dealer to offer you $38k at least. Would you have gotten a new one then? No use looking back.
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