The one that i found is a 2019 with 25k miles. 17 months left on the bumper to bumper warranty. and 41 months left for the powertrain warranty. if it was beat on and the transmission/engine fails I should be covered under warranty right?Rental companies use fleet maintenance management services to keep their cars running. Some do small maintenance and are on site and some are mobile where the mechanic visits the rental car lot and does small maintenance like oil changes, tire rotation, etc. The rental co. is pretty good with maintenance because the car is their investment and the more it’s in use and good working condition the more times they can rent it out for profit.
There are a few issues this year though with travel (at least here in VA) being restricted no one is renting like last year for trips and vacations so you may see a surplus of 18 and 19 for sale with low miles that the rental comany are trying to unload. Remember some of these company’s don’t buy the car and still pay a monthly payment but if no one is renting they still gotta pay.
Nothing wrong with a rental as long as you test drive, visually inspect and can see service records. Most should still have manufactures warranty.
You take the same risk as buying used so just inspect, get service records, car fax or similar and enjoy the savings over buying new.
bought my gf a rental, it was beat on hard and put away wet. but the services was done and it hasn't had any issues yet.Don't, just don't. Rental mustangs get beat on and abused.
Yes factory warranty still applies. You can also get an extended warranty If you plan on keeping for a few years.The one that i found is a 2019 with 25k miles. 17 months left on the bumper to bumper warranty. and 41 months left for the powertrain warranty. if it was beat on and the transmission/engine fails I should be covered under warranty right?
This is the problem with "the plates stay with the car when it's sold". OTOH, you don't have to play games with the Registry the instant you get the car.I did get a "Show up and pay up or get locked up" letter from the City of San Francisco for failure to deal with a parking citation issued six months before I got the car.