Question about Lexus RX 330
I don't think history of others matters unless it is to the point of a class action suit.
What matters the most is what the warranty says.
Was a 5 year or 100,000 mile warranty or not?
They could also claim you did not keep the fluid up, so you should have some way of proving it was serviced regularly.
But does not have to be dealership even, although that helps.
Believe it or not, your future purchase potential is actually the most important aspect of all. The dealership really wants to sell you another car in the future. They have a certain warranty allowance from the manufacturer, and they can decide to use it on you if they think it will mean future sales income.
Posted on Apr 24, 2010
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