Because there aren’t very many, which should mean the values will increase at some stage... apart from Devonboys because he’s crazy to think anyone will buy his 30k starship mileage GTSMy 2011 one just passed 50k.
These GTS’s are such good value now if I keep it 8 years, as old as it is now, and it’s worth zero then, it will still have cost me only about 3k/year!
I don’t know why everyone doesn’t buy them!
With the more modern electronics, its a very easy plug in job to clock the car these days (10 years ago for many models you had to remove the dash and use aligator clips onto actual chips to program the EPROM).I was looking at (really wanted the car) Yellow Lamborghini Muricelargo LP640 in Switzerland it had 43,000kms and the salesman said it was a german import. I did a US check revealed the car had 98k miles before it was imported and was in accident. So mileage of the car was probably 130k plus but the car looked immaculate. He sold it two months later at the asking price. The europe/ uk check does not reveal last milage. The salesman also had perfect service history book documenting the 43,000kms. Clocking for these salesman must be easy to get away with.