Kia Rondo 2014 LX with 200,000 Mileage - Is it worth buying?

Asked by Gops2020 Jan 21, 2020 at 09:57 AM about the 2014 Kia Rondo LX

Question type: Shopping & Pricing

Hi, is it worth buying a Kia Rondo that's clocked 200,000 mileage? What are
the chances that it won't give me troubles - considering the dealer is offering
one time free oil change and 6 months warranty? Should I go for it at $6500
+ taxes & licensing? Please suggest.

PS. I was previously interested in Kia Rio Hatchback, but now I feel/assume
I'll need more cargo space at the back.

4 Answers

Thanks for the answer. Can you elaborate on it a little? How about Kia Rio LX hatchback (2014, 180,000 km) for $5500

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Used Kia's are not a good purchase, especially out of warranty.

279,525

You seem obsessed with high mile Korean cars. At best Korean cars are a gamble. A high mile car is a guaranteed loser.

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