If simple keywords don't find what you are looking for, here are some advanced features to try.
You can use quotation marks to search for a phrase:
That will find posts that contain the term 'low' followed by 'miles'.
Excluding Terms (filtering)
To specify one or more words you'd like to exclude, use a minus sign to negate them.
honda black -red
That will look for postings that contain 'honda' and 'black' but not 'red'. Note that a search must contain one non-excluded term.
By default, every term in your search must match unless it is excluded with the minus sign (see above). You can specify a list of terms that you want to find one or more of (instead of ALL of them) using a "pipe" character '|' like this:
honda | toyota
That query looks for postings that contain 'honda' or 'toyota' (or both).
Finally, you can group terms together in parenthesis when queries are complicated:
red (toyota | honda) -2000 -2001
That query tries to find all listings that contain 'red' and either 'honda' or 'toyota' (or both) but do not contain 2000 or 2001.
If someone has given you the Posting ID (10 digit number), you can use that number in the search box to find the posting.