Right. Both EXs. The used '21 ended up 25.8K plus usual dealer paperwork fee, tax, title, tag. When I first drove it the day before, asking was 27.8K. Almost 60K miles - a lot, yet one owner, clean Carfax, properly maintained and virtually new. The selling Mazda dealer offered to let me take it home overnight. I graciously accepted. Next day my wife took it on her commute - two thumbs up, then I had it inspected by Kia. Zero issues found and all maint items except HSG belt already done. While I was at work and planning to return it that evening to haggle, surprisingly they dropped asking to what I was going to offer anyway. I have no doubt it would have disappeared the next day or two.He said $13k less, not the total price.
In transit... to the moon and back? Tell me Kia doesn't do this . I'm afraid I'd have moved on after no more than a month, unless (here for example) Ford was providing regular updates on my in-transit vehicle, and a firm ETA. I know relatively little about the car industry. That however appears dishonest, and would serve at least to warn me away from the brand.Car was shown as "in transit" for about 4 -5 months.