i have the option and must make a decision fast, i can buy a 2010 lincoln mks ecoboost ultimate for 23500, with only 28k miles or a 2006 chrysler 300c srt8 bonestock with only 9000 actual miles for 23500 including a 6 yer 72k extended warranty. which is the better deal and why?

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Asked by luckyman Oct 26, 2012 at 04:26 PM about the 2010 Lincoln MKS 3.5L EcoBoost AWD

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The 2006 Chrysler is 7 years old. The 2010 MKS is 3 years old. Why does the Chrysler only have 9000 miles on it? Where was it kept (inside or parked outside)? What kind of gas mileage does each car get? Just a few of the questions you should be asking.

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