BEWARE of buying in Bel Air’s “Fleet” Lane, or Lane 5. This lane is supposed to be for “Off-lease” vehicles. These vehicles are generally held as being of higher quality than typical auction cars, thus commanding higher prices. BAA and World Omni/CenterOne are scamming dealers into paying Fleet/Lease prices for regular dealer used cars. They allow new car dealers to register and sell normal, trade in used cars under the World Omni name and under the guise of being a fleet car. You could think you’re buying a fleet cr and actually just end up paying too much for a regular used car. RJ Baltimore, MarylandU.S.A.
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