2003 toyota corrolla with 146616 ml,verses 2006 ford focus with 90163ml what's better deal?
That's a close one About Equal. But Much as I hate Fords I might favor the Ford. I like toyotas. Mac
If the obdy condition is roughly the same then I would have to go with the Ford as well. Ignoring the obvious (Ford being newer with fewer miles), I prefer Ford anyways, and have had some EXTREME situations in which the Ford pleasantly surprised me with it's possitive results.
yeah id go for the Focus but with that mileage you need to check the oil, brakes and the A/C...you need to change oils and coolants, check for leaks...just to be sure... it's a bi more expensive than getting the toyota and having it checked but still a good choice... my civic has 2388916 on it but it still runs well because of a slightly newer engine and already had the basic components either checked or replaced...
2.38mil miles? Whew, good maintenance. ;) lol
yeah change oil every 5000km actually and the filter, ATF, coolant, brake fluid every 9000km... got that car late 1996 and had a lot of tweaks and shit...battery and brakes changed every 3-4 years...A/C checked and frion coolant, tires are alsochanged every 4 years too...
asian markets have kilometers... traffic jams, long trips and circuits are all accumulated...
2,388,916 kilometers is still 1,433,349.6 miles. I doubt your car, regardless of location, has 1.4 million miles on it. Who knows, perhaps I am wrong. What year car is it? I know you said you got it in 1996. What type of car is it too?
honda civic... its a 95 but i got it slightly new a year after...
Well, if you did put that much distance on it, you are one drivin' MoFo! :)
hell yeah! long trips, circuits and traffic jams going to work 18/6...thanks!
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