I bought a 2016 Nissan Versa SV Monday. It had previously been in a rear end collision and had to get a new rear bumper cover, 1 tail light assembly and minor repair to a quarter panel so it came with a rebuilt title. I inspected it good prior to buying it and it looked like they done a good job on the repair. When I bought it it had 10546 original miles. I got it for $5300. This car probably meets all criteria for very good condition except the body work and tire condition. According to KBB very good condition would be valued at $9722, but even bringing it down to good condition without a rebuilt title the value would be $9423 so I feel I got a great deal on it. With less than 11K miles on it I'm pretty sure I can drive $5300 worth out of it. Working off the good condition figure and what I actually paid for the car the rebuilt title saved me about 43.75% off the value. I'll take a rebuilt title to save $4123 on a 10K mile, 3 year old car that would be valued at less than $10,000 without a rebuilt title. I think I may thin out my herd of Escorts a little bit and sell all of them except the '97 wagon and '02 SE. My wife used to have seizures and wasn't allowed to have a driver's license until she had brain surgery to remedy the seizures. She just took a job further from home and is planning to get her license so she can take herself to and from work. The body on the '02 is a bit rough but it's in good mechanical condition for 186K miles so this is probably going to become her everyday car until she gets a couple years driving experience.