Hey guys, my friend bought a lexus is300 on ebay a little while ago. On the page it was listed with 31k actual miles. When he got the title, it shows 36k NOT ACTUAL Miles. So he talked to ebay's fraud insurance agency and they said they will not cover it because they see the difference as only 5k miles (which doesnt devalue the car by at least 50%). They follow the kelly blue book price. He told them Ya 5k regular miles only makes a few hundred dollar difference but the main thing is that the milage is not actual. So my question is, does anyone know how much a car's value is dropped by having "not actual milage". Thanks a lot guys, I know this isnt Z related but I think this is the best place I can get some real info from the car gurus here.