I would be wary of this car’s unknown history, no matter who is claimed as the driver for those 2,300 miles.
While it is true that newer vehicles are less subject to excessive engine wear during the period of initial use than older ones were, there would always be questions in my mind, such as…
HOW was it driven for those initial 2,300 miles
Did the driver (or–more likely drivers) make sure that the oil level never dropped too low during that early period when oil consumption can be a bit high?
We are all products of our own experiences, and in my case my experience includes a new Volvo that I bought, and that was driven from a CT dealer to my NJ dealer. While I could never prove it, my suspicion is that the excessive oil burning and the persistent transmission leak were the result of the car being abused during that drive of 200 miles or so.
Yes, it was a Volvo (translation=POS), but I still think that my problems may have been the result of someone hot-rodding that car before I owned it. As a result, I will never again buy a car that has to be “transported” from one dealership to another.