Is the car Worth buying if it won't start.

Asked by May 31, 2017 at 09:22 PM about the 2002 Chrysler Sebring LX

Question type: General

Are these cars worth buying if it won't start?
Does that mean the motor is gone.

4 Answers

20

Maybe depends on the price. It doesn't necessarily mean your motor is blown.

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96,005

It is a gamble. Only pay what it is worth based on a worst case scenario.

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75,535

The car is 15 years old. Without hearing it run there could be a multitude of things wrong with it! Engine problems, transmission problems, electrical problems, etc., etc., etc! Personally I wouldn't buy it until the seller got it running. Then you can test drive it and make an educated guess. Right now you're in the dark. Not a good place to be!! HTH. -Jim

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60,705

If it won't start, walk away.

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