Is a "demonstrator" car considered to be a new or used vehicle?
It depends on the laws in your state.
A demonstrator - or "demo" - car is a new car that has been driven by the dealership's salesmen, managers or executives but has never been registered with the state.
In most states, a demo car may still be called "new" at the time of sale, regardless of the amount of mileage on it.
In some states, however, a demo car must be considered "used" at the time of sale if it has acquired considerable mileage.
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