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Do your deal ratings assume major maintenance items repairing a timing belt have been done based on the mileage of a vehicle? Example, I'm looking at a 2013 Honda Pilot with 127,000 miles on it. The timing belt should have been replaced at 100,000 but it was not. Replacing the timing belt after I buy it will cost $1,300.00, so that turn a good deal into overpriced for this vehicle if you deal rating assumed the timing belt had been replaced at 100,000 as recommended by Honda.
No, the ratings are based on other ads, and take in consideration the make, model , and price of similar vehicles. That is up to you to determine and your a better shopper for thinking of these things. Good Luck!
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