Is it smart to buy a very low mileage two owner car?

I have seen a dealer approved 2015 Mazda 3 automatic, with two previous owners. It was a demonstrator and had a private owner. It has done only 2000 miles. Is it okay to buy this car or stay away from it as it has done very low mileage?

Asked on 7 January 2017 by Mahesh

Answered by Honest John
Presuming it's the current model Mazda 3 and has been serviced, it should be okay. But you need to satisfy yourself that it has not been crash damaged and has not been sitting around for a year or so waiting to be repaired, which could account for the low mileage.
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