why are dealerships allowed to list a price on car gurus, only to put in the details that the price "includes a $990 trade or cash down payment?" The price should be reflective of the full price of the vehicle, otherwise your ratings are not valid.

Asked by teacherted Oct 31, 2019 at 02:32 PM

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I agree, but read the terms of use to get an idea on where Cargurus stands.

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