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Old 04-27-2015, 07:03 PM   #1
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Default Buying a car out of province..

Hello,

I found an amazing A4 3.2 V6 but it is located in Alberta and I am in Toronto.
Has anyone ever bought a car out of province without seeing it, if so how did you ship it home, how did you pay them and finally did you get someone to inspect the car?

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I don't recommend you to purchase a car without seeing it, not only the car, anything. On pictures seller can hide every bad things on it. About paying depends on sellers and your agreement. And about inspection of car, you can pay someone there to look it, but again, that's not that while you don't look it with your eyes.
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there is NO problem with NEW cars. we have done this and will do it again. Get the best price from anywhere in the country. and then get is shipped to you local Audi or VW dealer

go to apa.ca to get real prices. They are the ones that publish the lemon Aide guides.
you can buy from one of their approved audi dealers in Montreal or Toronto. Or you can negotiate your best deal now that you know the real prices
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there is NO problem with NEW cars. we have done this and will do it again. Get the best price from anywhere in the country. and then get is shipped to you local Audi or VW dealer

go to apa.ca to get real prices. They are the ones that publish the lemon Aide guides.
you can buy from one of their approved audi dealers in Montreal or Toronto. Or you can negotiate your best deal now that you know the real prices




Hi there, can I have a question for you? buying a new car from another province is totally no effect? like maintence or warranty things etc.


I have been told buying a car from another province will cause me trouble but I doubt that.
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