Is a +200,000km used car worth buying?

Asked by Jan 05, 2016 at 10:44 AM

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Since the car has such high km, is it worth buying?

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Depends. Have you known it from the beginning? Is the price very low? I bought my '03 S-10 pick up with 425,000 KM on it. But I only paid $300 for it and knew it from day one. That was 5 years ago and it's been a very good truck! HTH. -Jim

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It all depends on what you are buying and for what price. A car with 120k miles that has been well taken care of should be just fine provided it was any good to begin with.

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That would be 120,000 miles American. It might be okay if it has been serviced properly and it is not a high maintenance model such as BMW, Jaguar, Mercedes, Land-rover, just to name a few to avoid.

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