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  • You said you have a very particular engine break-in process. Would you mind sharing it?
    hopVIP
    hopVIP
    That's why I always custom configure and order new vehicles. I never settle for what's already at a dealership. You never know what they do to it but you can guess. The manager of my local Ram dealership always takes the newest most expensive model as his personal business truck drives it until the next new one comes in then they sell it as a new vehicle even with up to a year's worth of miles on it.
    hopVIP
    hopVIP
    They claim because it was still dealer property it's still brand new saying it was never purchased by anyone so even with the miles it's still full price and new. So be careful buying something they've been kicking around for a while.
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    lost demon
    they can legally claim it as new because it hasnt been titled until sold. your warranty will start, and you can have it documented, with the mileage thats on it. which means 36000 + whatever is on it when you purchase it .
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