Im looking to purchase a mitsibishi outlander 2007 has 123k miles.. has had timing belt replaced at around 90k and recently had catalytic converter still under warranty (had hole in exhaust) they will

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Asked by Jan 02, 2016 at 09:18 PM about the Mitsubishi Outlander Sport

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And the question is?????

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What is the expected life span of this type of vehicle.. mileage expectancy .. thank you.

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and is this a smart purchase

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ok Ill try this differently I really need some help.. Im trying to find out the life expectancy (spprox) for a mitsibishi outlander 2007. I am able to find this answer anywhere.. is this type of vehicle life span much over the 125k mark.. it has been maintained.. I just truly need some guidance from some one who knows this type of care.. thank You..and perhaps im on the wrong forum.. I really appreciate someone taking the time to answer me ..

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Today's cars can last many miles if maintained you see cars on the road with well over 200,000. The car you are looking to purchase has 123,000 the issue I have is the electronics most of the time there life expectancy is 7 years and they seem to fail at that point. Issue number two is you have no idea how the car was maintained in the past by the previous owner. That's y for me I would never purchase a car with 100,000 or more and with soild record keeping by the previous owner.

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