We purchased a Nissan Armada Platinum on June 29, 2019. We went through the typical price negotiation and then waited several hours to finalize the deal with the finance manager. After signing our first few documents we got to the page with the mileage which was 5,700! Turns out this a “demo” car. After initial shock we (regretably) proceeded. The next day we went out to the car in the bright daylight (it had been stormy and overcast the day before) and saw that the interior was scuffed up, the exterior had a good number of rock chips, a starburst windshield crack, a very scratched up cargo plate and a damaged rear seat. The car we traded in was actually in better condition. The dealer agreed to take care of it. They had it for four days. They repaired the windshield. They repainted the front and rear bumped and left overspray. They did NOT replace the cargo plate. They did NOT fix the damaged seat or any of the interior scuffs which are significant. Basically, it feels like we bought a used car in “good” versus “excellent” condition. And...of couse we are starting ownership 5700 miles into the warranty. My point in all of this is that the dealership was not up front about this being a demo car. We would have negotiated very differently. Be very wary of buying here and make sure you do a very detailed inspection before you sign anything.