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  1. Rafique
  2. Service & Maintenance
  3. Tuesday, April 03 2018
Sir
I bought honda city ivtec 2009 model. After 15 days of purchase I came to know that the kms of the car has been rewinded. Now that, as per co records last service done was on 1,40,000kms two years back & now the meter is showing 81000kms. Meanwhile how much it has been rewinded no idea. So now , if i want to service my car I should go to the co. Or get it done outside to prevent future selling problem???
Will the co. Go with the current kms reading or the last one done. ?????
Plz help
  Belgaum, Karnataka, India
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Hello,

Did you not questioned the dealer or customer from whom you have purchased the car ?

Anyhow - in present scenario for purpose of ownership - its important to note that Cars are not bought for the purpose of sale
Suggest to get car inspected at Honda Authorized workshop with complete check
Its possible that you may hear some surprises too with respect to parts which may need replacement

Been you have bought this car for purpose of driving and a hassle free ownership experience - important is to
> Get car serviced
> Inspect and repair / replace in failing parts

so as to have hassle free ownership
I am sure you may be feeling cheated from the act of seller - but is now important to not to let ownership experience spoiled due to it

Hope should help !!


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