Hopefully cross-posting isn't frowned upon here, but wasn't sure which forum to put this in:
Recently bought a new S60 at a dealer and the window sticker said "OSD" as opposed to all the info usually placed on the sticker per US law. The salesman told me that the manager adds to the inventory by ordering some vehicles via the Overseas Delivery Program, and that's part of how they get some interesting and otherwise unavailable color combos (mine was black/beechwood and there was also one in bright red and one in electric blue).
I was promised that the vehicle, which only had 22 miles on it, wasn't toured around Europe and was never titled previously but the more I think about it the more this seems odd/off to me. Wouldn't the US gov't still require the standard info on the sticker? Does anyone have any additional information about this, or if this is a common dealer practice? I read on an old thread here that when OSD vehicles arrive here they receive that sticker since they are technically used vehicles. Does that mean that mine was technically such as well and if so, what are the implications?
Thanks for any insights on this!