Asked by Jul 06, 2013 at 08:35 AM about the 2005 Chevrolet Optra

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somebody give me a guidelines that which car second hand used car i should purchased which gives better average and maintainance cost also less compaarison from optra which car i should purchased from model 2004 to 2007 i want to purchased some car i am thinking to purchase optra but somebody help me which car should purchased is this optra better car from others car or a worst car

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You are painting with a broad brush here, in primary colors- let's get into some details- what brand of used car you buy is not as important as the specific car you are considering- here in the 21st century, all cars roll off the assembly line more or less equal- they are NEW cars- then each car goes off to live different lives- some are pampered and maintained, loved by their owners and driven very few miles- some are thrashed and abused, driven relentlessly without any maintenance until the owner gets rid of it before he has to put any money into it- these will be the 5 year old cars you are looking at- instead of looking at BRANDS, look for the loved cars, the ones that have been maintained and have low mileage- if you get a car like that, it MIGHT not break on you every week, costing you enormous amounts of money in repairs-

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Well put. jamnblues


but which car i should purchased for a better average and low maintainance optra , aveo, accent or a beat which car is better in average and low maintainance in comparison of accent and a optra which car i should purchased . model 2005 to 2007 i want to purchased

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