It could be a number of things, such as the previous owners bought the car, then couldn't afford it, or they wanted to get a new car, or they just didn't want it anymore. Ask the dealer if he knows the reasons. Don't buy a car if you are hesitant about it, it's a big thing to jump into. Then there's the "Yellow Peril" -- It might just be a "Lemon". It might have been subject to a flood early in it's vehicle life and is slowly going batty from incremental electrical malfunctions. (And thereby driving the owners batty, too) Perhaps someone died in it and the smell becomes annoying on wet, dreary days. Then again, all five of the previous owners may have hit the Lottery...
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