Used dealership cars mileage is changing over night?

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Minder and the Sweeney were part of my growing up tv shows,i must have watched them both over a dozen times over the years.The capri caught fire near gatwick airport sometime ago,i dont know what happened to it in the end. 👍
Yes, according to the Classic Ford mag the owner was restoring it from the fire, if I recall correctly
 
Cars haven’t changed today. Hope they haven’t gone and pulled this one from us. If it was a test, I say it passed, but if it was a silent bug, easy come easy go.

I'm beginning to suspect the daylight savings time borked the used car lot. :scared:
Ok, wasnt sure if this required a new thread lol..

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Do you guys think this is why the miles,color, and price are changing?

This daylight bug is refreshing dealership itself without the daily stock rotation?!

Wasnt sure if the refresh time was +/- an hour due to daylight savings...?

There's been a main page article on the daylight bug, but no one cares about the used/legendary refresh ? 🤔😶‍🌫️
 
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Does it matter that much?The milage doesnt seem to make any diference to each car,apart from the price,as far as im aware a 60,000 mile car performs the same as a 20,000 mile one.Or am i missing something here?Ive never compared milages and HP with each other so maybe there is a slight variation?
 
Cars haven’t changed today. Hope they haven’t gone and pulled this one from us. If it was a test, I say it passed, but if it was a silent bug, easy come easy go.
The UCD, or at least the mileage/price portion, hasn't changed in the last couple days. Given it was only the last 20 cars in the UCD that changed mileage/price the 2 days prior to that, I'll chalk it up to a silent bug.

I wouldn't mind if the colors changed daily, but as someone who tries to keep track of mileage/prices, I did very much mind those mid-appearance changes.
I'm beginning to suspect the daylight savings time borked the used car lot. :scared:
Given Japan, the country of origin for GT7, hasn't used daylight saving/summer time since 1951, I rather doubt it.

Related, since every locale that uses DST/summer time has had their last time change of 2022, I expect that to be part of the November patch.
 
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The UCD, or at least the mileage/price portion, hasn't changed in the last couple days. Given it was only the last 20 cars in the UCD that changed mileage/price the 2 days prior to that, I'll chalk it up to a silent bug.

I wouldn't mind if the colors changed daily, but as someone who tries to keep track of mileage/prices, I did very much mind those mid-appearance changes.

Given Japan, the country of origin for GT7, hasn't used daylight saving/summer time since 1951, I rather doubt it.

Related, since every locale that uses DST/summer time has had their last time change of 2022, I expect that to be part of the November patch.
I hope it's something. Like a few more options color wise, different mileage. Reminds me of GT2's used car lot.
 
Kind of butting in here since someone mentioned it, but: those M striped CSLs still haven’t shown up at any point, right?

I thought my desire for them had faded, but then the AI using them in the newest events has ruined things again :lol:
 
The UCD, or at least the mileage/price portion, hasn't changed in the last couple days. Given it was only the last 20 cars in the UCD that changed mileage/price the 2 days prior to that, I'll chalk it up to a silent bug.

I wouldn't mind if the colors changed daily, but as someone who tries to keep track of mileage/prices, I did very much mind those mid-appearance changes.

Given Japan, the country of origin for GT7, hasn't used daylight saving/summer time since 1951, I rather doubt it.

Related, since every locale that uses DST/summer time has had their last time change of 2022, I expect that to be part of the November patch.
Of course I don't know, with the leak of the UCD appraisal option, maybe the switching was related to that. We already know the price relates to the mileage. However, I wonder if an off color is another factor. Like the low mileage lime green 308, compared to a higher mileage red one.

I'm also wondering if when we do select a car to be appraised, does that then change the color and mileage like what was happening earlier? Adding a car to the market.
I mean, will our car sit in our garage until we're given a prompt to sell or quit. Or will it sit in the UCD greyed out? Something like that.
 
Kind of butting in here since someone mentioned it, but: those M striped CSLs still haven’t shown up at any point, right?

I thought my desire for them had faded, but then the AI using them in the newest events has ruined things again :lol:
If memory serves, there were M-striped 1973s for two of its appearances (an early one and the September one). They weren't exactly desired colors though.
Of course I don't know, with the leak of the UCD appraisal option, maybe the switching was related to that. We already know the price relates to the mileage. However, I wonder if an off color is another factor. Like the low mileage lime green 308, compared to a higher mileage red one.

I'm also wondering if when we do select a car to be appraised, does that then change the color and mileage like what was happening earlier? Adding a car to the market.
I mean, will our car sit in our garage until we're given a prompt to sell or quit. Or will it sit in the UCD greyed out? Something like that.
I don't believe color affects price. Every version of a UCD car that had the same mileage has had the same price, though most of those examples were from the end-of-May to end-of-August "rut" where nothing was changing.

I highly doubt the UCD or Hagerty's will be affected in the least by the selling mechanism, mostly because cars that are available only through Brand Central will be among those that can be sold, but also because that would require a radical series of programming changes. I also rather doubt we'll ever see a Forza-style auction house or a return of gifting, so once we sign over the title to the digital scrapper that bought every car in the previous GT games, it's gone forever.
 
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