What's the drawback of buying a new car with delivery miles?

I know that some new cars are advertised at a high discount with low mileage because dealers have to meet expected sales figures - but what is the real significance for the buyer?

Asked on 16 June 2017 by Alan Pearce

Answered by Honest John
In March, manufacturers with cars that would have suffered a steep price increase due to the new showroom tax (and also an increase in annual tax to £140pa or £450pa) registered more cars so they would remain on their original lower tax CO2 based system.
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