That doesn’t matter. Look at how many old people still bought the Crown Vic, the iconic police cruiser. Oddly, the Taurus doesn’t enjoy the same treatment. The Explorer, on the other hand...
I mentioned that in my post with my sq5. Salvage/rebuilt title will always void the factory warranty but I didnt mind since it would have been up soon anyways. I saved $10k on the car and what are the odds something would have broken that costs that much money? It's all about the numbers and what damage was done to the vehicle. Im not buying a car with major structural damage or severe flood damage. Im fine buying something with light damage to it if the numbers are good. There are so many youtubers fixing salvage cars their popularity is going up a lot which is pushing prices up too on certain cars. Look at salvage teslas. They are selling for insane money.The biggest issues with buying an R-title, is it can, and usually does, void any factory warranty.