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Asked by May 12, 2013 at 03:14 AM about the Toyota Allion

Question type: General

Could someone explain these numbers on the side of my tires, of my 2007 Allion - JJA 2610 ?  The car was sold to me with 20,300Km, yet it seems there was a tire change before that distance being covered - Wouldn't that be strange to change  tires before their life cycle of about 30,000/40,000 Km.?

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Why does it matter? The previous owner may have not liked the original tires. The dealer selling the car may put new tires on every car they have for sale.


I understand your point of view, Tenspeed; But it would be useful if you are a bit acquainted with mine. Used cars purchased in our country are sold under questionable circunstances at times - for example a person may be sold a 2004 motor car model for a 2006 model. In my case it would be useful understand my circumstance. Last year December I purchased a 2007 car with 20 300 Km - that's approximately 12,700 miles.That's about 2,540 miles a year on average. Isn't that questionable? Yet worn/used parts would seem to suggest otherwise.

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