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Noticed this on the bay when looking for an accessory.  Price seems keen for a late car. Maybe worth a look for anyone looking in this price range.  What do you think?  https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Lexus-RX-450h-3-5-F-Sport-Hybrid-Premium-Navigation-HUD-Head-Display/173983036580?hash=item28823274a4:g:j3QAAOSwtPddQiut

(I have no connection with the car or the seller)

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Unless prices have tanked in the last couple of months, that price is fairly astonishing 😮

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Far too cheap.  Should be closer to £20k I'd have thought.  Wonder why ?

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If it seems too good to be true it is.. 

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I imagine there’s finance owing due to cash on collection.

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By feck that's cheap. Wish I had a spare couple grand and I'd part ex my mondeo for it no problem 

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It does seem cheap, even considering the car's 90k mileage..

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Fraud or scam. They will tell you to email them outside eBay . Seen too many too good to be true prices 

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They hijack a normal user account and then say email them. Once you reply to ebayer your hooked . Beware 

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Agree something seems wrong here.  Seller has 100% satisfaction feed back and I suppose could be contacted through Ebay.  I would have thought if all legal and above board a dealer would have paid his asking price, maybe more.  Not casting aspersions on seller here but years ago I lot of cars were stolen and imported into UK.  This probably happens less now - they more often go the other way!  I very nearly got stung when I was about to buy an imported Aristo. many years ago. I was suspicious when I noticed a slight colour difference where the Vin number was stamped under the bonnet.  It had apparently been serviced by Lexus without problem and no problem when checked with Police and DVLA but when I checked the number shown with Lexus/Toyota,  they assured me there was no such number..  The seller told me he was selling to fund an expansion of his business and was now concerned about what he had been left with.  Well that's as maybe but it illustrates one of the  potential pit falls when buying privately.  

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The MOT history only begins in 2017. Perhaps supportive of your import theory, Barry.

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2 hours ago, Teshoo Lama said:

The MOT history only begins in 2017. Perhaps supportive of your import theory, Barry.

If it’s 2014 earliest would be 2017 mot.

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I always look at a seller's history. This appears to be the only expensive item they have sold. 

Certainly I had my ebay account compromised some years ago and the crooks were trying to buy boats and cars in Australia.. 

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