Considering trading my Escape for 4Runner, opinions PLEASE

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Asked by Sep 25, 2015 at 12:15 PM about the 2004 Toyota 4Runner

Question type: Shopping & Pricing

Hi.  I am considering trading in my 02 Ford Escape with 149K miles on it for
an 04 Toyota 4Runner with 178K miles on it.  Is this a bad move?  I know
Toyotas are known to last forever..... please give input.

8 Answers

645

GOOD trade if all is good, the rav 4 4 cylinder cooling system problem . it leaks anti into a cylinder and at first will cause a miss fire when started from a cold soak ( overnight) just be carefull because the rav 4 is worth twice what the escape is

30

It's a trade for a Toyota 4Runner not Rav 4.

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54,435

I wouldn't do it. 178K miles is a boatload of miles. They don't last forever. My suggestion is get something with fewer miles.

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111,705

It's a bad move to many miles !

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645

sorry mis read!!!!

30

Lol no worries..... I am kind of bummed at all the negative responses :(

54,435

Nothing to be bummed about. You will get nothing but honesty from me. It's just too many miles, but it is your money. Maybe consider a newer one?

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30

Just trying to stay in my budget.... broke girl problems.

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