High millage, 135,012, on a 2007 Ford Sport Trac. Is this bad? Asking price from dealer is $13,995.

Asked by Aug 23, 2016 at 02:11 PM about the 2007 Ford Explorer Sport Trac XLT 4WD

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47,755

Depends on condition and how it was maintained. Could be a poor deal or a good deal.

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94,995

It will very soon be a 10 year old vehicle, if you figure an average of 1000 miles a month or mileage of 12000 per year that will put it at 120000 in 10 years. Most people drive more than that so the mileage is close to normal for the year. As for the price they are going for around 10,400 to 13.500, so it looks like he is a little high.

Thanks to all. Vehicle looks and drive very nice. No problems that you can see/tell. I'm just wondering if the mileage even matters.

94,995

Not really, but you might want to take it to a shop that does used car checks, it is money well spent especially if they find something unforeseen, plus you can get a little better idea on how it was maintained.

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Auto Analysis would be a good idea. I will check into that. Also, thought about asking dealer if they would trade Ford Trac for my current 2010 Escape with 54,000 miles. It is not a 4x4. Has leather, camera and alarms and lots more extra fun stuff that I don't even use! Don't know if a good idea but may just ask dealer.

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