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Team High Intenzity
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I just got back from the California DMV from getting my new license plates put on, and I noticed something odd on my registration card. It says that my 1998 Altima was first sold in 2000? This might explain why, when I bought the car in November 2002, it only had 27k miles. I was wondering how a car that was a 1998 MY wasn't sold until 2000? Is this common or just a mistake on my registration card?
 

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Cube Farmer
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Dealer might have had it sit on his lot that long....
 

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Nissan God
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could've been a demo or dealer vehicle...aka the bitch that takes the beating
 

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Team High Intenzity
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Siizzzoooo said:
could've been a demo or dealer vehicle...aka the bitch that takes the beating
don't run like the bitch that takes the beating.. Plus I don't think they would've used a 5 speed for a demo vehicle.. :D
 

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Killa_Stroke
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give it some time sunshine it will start to show signs off the ass kickings it took from all the test drivers and car salesmen. why was it sold 2 years later it must be a ugly XE version with no a/c
 

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Team High Intenzity
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GXE power everything (except no sunroof).. I don't really see test drive cars being manual cars.. Most are automatics...
 
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