Originally Posted by NetworkTV
Well, he's in Orlando, so the market forces could be different there.
Having said that, I would certainly a) question why it's been sitting so long and b) wonder how sitting so long in a Florida environment has affected stuff that doesn't like the combination of humidity and salty air.
Ehh I mean I guess you can ask whatever you want to ask, but it doesn't matter where it sits nothing is going to deteriorate a brand new car in such a short time, especially sunny FL so that's absolutely not a factor. I mean, there are climates MUCH more harsh than FL lol. My 2014 Summit was purchased new by me literally an entire year after its mfr date and only had 19 miles on it!! It sat through an entire Chicago winter. I didn't question why it sat, I didn't say that the car must be in rough shape because it sat....no. It was as new as can be and I got a great deal and I was extremely happy and content with doing nothing more than test driving and looking the car over.
Heck, I bought a 6 year old Acura TL-S 6mt that had 1,300 miles on it. It literally sat inside of a Honda head quarters office for years! Car was as new as good be and never gave me an issue whatsoever (I miss that car). Newer cars are much better than they used to be and things don't deteriorate like they used to.