How did they have a buyer for your car that you've owned for years and 100,000 miles? (I'm assuming you're the original owner).
@Gator , Could be the market for the CTD is hot because of VWs woes OR they were just trying to get you into another car? Did he ask about buying a new car from him as well??Yesterday I received a phone call from the dealer I purchased my CTD from. They asked if I could come in and accept a aggressive above market offer to buy my car back. Seems they had a buyer for the car. I said it wasn't for sale and it has near 100000 miles on it. They said the buyer was aware of that. I still declined.
So is the diesel market dried up of cars with VWs woes. Your diesel may of just went up in value.
Any way if there is anyone in the Cincinnati area wanting to get rid of there CTD call Joseph Chevrolet at 513 245 0103 or 513 322 5526
The other 2 two cars I was looking at both sold as well. Somethings afoot.A new car purchase never came up consindering I just bought a new 2015 pickup from them 6 months ago.
Just a way to get you into their stealership. I'm always getting letters of this same thing. Bet the offered you diddly squat for your CTD.
100% common tacticJust a way to get you into their stealership. I'm always getting letters of this same thing. Bet the offered you diddly squat for your CTD.
why would it be selling?I bet GM is now wishing they hadn't cancelled the CDT for 2016. Even in the "Limited" trim it would be selling now.