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I am buying a car from Ford Direct and have seen that its reconditioning status is reconditioned? I wandered if anybody knows what that actually means? I asked the dealer who gave this reply:
“It means it has been fully inspected and is ready to be transferred, all Ford Direct cars are reconditioned when sold.”
Hi Jimski. It doesn’t have any specific or formal meaning, so it can cover whatever the dealer wants it to.
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