Pro-Forma MVPA shows "New - Previous service/demo vehicle"

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I was called all of a sudden saying my car was ready and a car that matched my profile is available at local service center. Sounds great so far except for scrambling for financing. However, when they sent me the Pro-Forma MVPA to provide to loan company, it showed under Description of Property was "New - Previous service/demo vehicle". My Delivery Specialist is investigating - maybe a mistake - but should I be concerned that it is not brand new? Seems that it is somewhat dis-honest for that not to be mentioned except for being in the MVPA - and if it was not brand new it should be sold with some kind of discount. Has anyone experienced this before? The bummer if I don't accept it, now I have to wait at least another 4-6 weeks.
 

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I was called all of a sudden saying my car was ready and a car that matched my profile is available at local service center. Sounds great so far except for scrambling for financing. However, when they sent me the Pro-Forma MVPA to provide to loan company, it showed under Description of Property was "New - Previous service/demo vehicle". My Delivery Specialist is investigating - maybe a mistake - but should I be concerned that it is not brand new? Seems that it is somewhat dis-honest for that not to be mentioned except for being in the MVPA - and if it was not brand new it should be sold with some kind of discount. Has anyone experienced this before? The bummer if I don't accept it, now I have to wait at least another 4-6 weeks.
My initial thought is that test drives just started so at worst a demo car would not have been driven but may have been sitting in a showroom. If the car is/was in perfect condition I wouldn’t care. Any issues (if there are any) can or hopefully already were taken care of.