In most states they don't care about the mileage but do care if it was registered; if it was then it's used, if not then it's considered still new but check with your states DMV before they might question it. As this is important for the $7,500 Fed Tax Credit (only goes to 'first' purchaser) and in my state we also get a 10% MSRP rebate (but again, only to 'first' purchaser) it's very important that they title it as 'NEW', otherwise they need to take that $7,500 off right off the bat as 'someone' already took it. Early on, some Chevy dealer's were taking the Fed Tax Credit on Volt's and then trying to sell them at a slight discount from list and would imagine a few unsuspecting customers lost money on the deal.ashuri wrote:Dilema....I went to a local dealership...they tried to sell me a 2012 with 600 miles on it already and claimed that it was NEW...what is the mileage at which point it is no longer considered new
still looking...I have a dealer down to 36,500 + fees...so far!!