Here's the car, a 2012 VW Tiguan SEL with 4Motion and DynaAudio; this stickered at $40k, it's the absolute top model Tiguan with everything: http://burnsville.lutherauto.com/pr...agen_Tiguan_Burnsville_WVGBV7AX0CW603591.aspx Then click the Carfax link. Car was shipped to the dealer in June, and was sold on August 11th with 180 miles on it (presumably just had a lot of test drives on it). But on August 16th, it came back into dealer inventory. Five days is too short of a timeframe to buy it, smash it, fix it, and unload it, so I'm confident it hasn't been in a wreck. I thought maybe they thought they had sold it, started paperwork for it, and financing fell through, but that can't be since someone picked it up from the dealer and logged 100 miles over those five days. Also the car does have license plates on it, in MN new cars are issued 21 day temp permits until the license plates come in after the car is titled/registered, so it was definitely owned by someone for those five days. Who on earth would own a car for five days and trade it, and why? Something seems fishy. I did look at the car last night, it's gorgeous, and has a 3M clear bra on the front end. Car looks perfect in person.