2013 GTC MC
How much did he quote for the paint correction? Thinking about doing mine.
Why would you think that? Cars that have been in accidents can still be certified. The CPO status is a type of guarantee (or warranty) that the car is in excellent mechanical shape. It has absolutely nothing to do with whether the car has been in a previous (minor) accident and/or otherwise repainted.I would think that a CPO car would not have obvious paint repair. That is why you usually pay extra for the CPO. They either didn't disclose it or are lazy and just mark anything as CPO without inspection.
And if you read my post carefully, you would have noticed that I stated that a car being certified had absolutely nothing to do with whether it had been in a minor accident, or otherwise repainted. Your added qualifier in your most recent post that you were referring to "obvious" paint repair is a distinction without any difference. Any paint repair is going to be "obvious" to a professional.If you read my post, I didn’t say the issue was whether it was in an accident. The issue is when there is “obvious” paint repair. This shows a lack of quality and care to me and is usually done to cut corners and price. To each their own.
You're kidding, right?? There was no clarification added, you just still didn't read my original post. I quoted below if that helps.Your added qualifier in your most recent post that you were referring to "obvious" paint repair is a distinction without any difference. Any paint repair is going to be "obvious" to a professional.
We can agree to disagree as to whether obvious paint repair should make a high-end car like a Maserati disqualified from a CPO program. I think that is an important qualifier.I would think that a CPO car would not have obvious paint repair.