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A semi-new car will require much less maintenance than a used car, as high mileage means natural wear on automotive parts and a significant maintenance cost. The semi-new vehicle, especially in the 30 to 40 thousand km range, will have only preventive maintenance. The used car for sales in New Zealand has the advantage of having insurance prices more affordable than the used one, as they have not yet depreciated too much in the market, but also in the new, especially in the value of the deductible. Of course, this item depends on other aspects, such as the insured's profile and address, but in general the semi-new insurance is another competitive advantage. What do you think?
 

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Welcome- I think the definition between "semi-new" and "used" cars is a matter of fact and opinion. A new car with few miles (or kilometers) but lots of abuse may be worse off than a well-maintained used car with many more miles. The key is a good mechanical assessment and whether good service record exist. Insurance prices in the States do vary with mileage, and with the 350Z , whether the car has been totaled and rebuilt.
 

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That is absolutely accurate. In my experience mechanical assessment and service record would do just fine. Sometimes the condition tells you all.
 
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