No, No, No – You might as well go back to the salvage yard that bought your old car and pay 65% of Blue Book Value – At least you would know what you are getting! If the only damage on the proposed purchase vehicle was to the bumper and trunk lid, then there are other structural issues that the dealer found too expensive to repair. It might not impact the "running" condition of the car – but could very easily impact safety and on-going maintenance expense. In order to qualify for a salvage title, the car must be TOTALLED, and I don’t see how just a damaged bumper and trunk lid would total out a 3 year old car. I hear about too many accidents to ever vote for taking any chances on vehicle or driving safety.
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