2003 toyota corrolla with 146616 ml,verses 2006 ford focus with 90163ml what's better deal?

Asked by Nov 10, 2011 at 09:00 PM about the 2003 Toyota Corolla

Question type: Shopping & Pricing

looking to buy one of these and want to make the best choice

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That's a close one About Equal. But Much as I hate Fords I might favor the Ford. I like toyotas. Mac

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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.

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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...

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2.38mil miles? Whew, good maintenance. ;) lol

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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...

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asian markets have kilometers... traffic jams, long trips and circuits are all accumulated...

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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?

1,645

honda civic... its a 95 but i got it slightly new a year after...

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Well, if you did put that much distance on it, you are one drivin' MoFo! :)

1,645

hell yeah! long trips, circuits and traffic jams going to work 18/6...thanks!

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