Hi everyone I'm looking into buying a 2002 AWD Bravada its in great shape the only thing that worries me is the mileage it has just over 300,000kms, should I be concerned ?

Asked by May 05, 2016 at 12:42 PM about the 2002 Oldsmobile Bravada

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Over all it's a nice truck and has everything I'm looking for

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Yes, unless you have all of the service records showing everything that has been done over it's life. Your right at the point where things start happening, like transmissions, engines, fuel pumps, differentials, over and above the normal of brakes, hoses, belts, tune ups, etc. My advise is too take it to a shop that does used car checks and have to gone over, it cost a little bit but if they do find something it's better to know now than later after you have paid for it. Remember Oldsmobile is no longer being made so eventually body and interior parts are going to become really hard dot get. Power train is still GM so you should be ok there for a while.

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The bravado's were not good vehicles when new IMO, keep looking.

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