Should i bye a 2006 Saturn ion with 170,000 miles From extreme auto sacramento for 2,870.00

Asked by Sep 07, 2016 at 08:36 PM about the 2006 Saturn ION 2 Auto

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Are those to many miles.


It really depends on abuse or how miles got driven, street vs freeway and type of maintenance given during these past years but it's not that bad for the price

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I wouldn't do it. To buy a used car from a used car lot with that many miles is just begging for trouble. Unless they have impeccable maintenance records for the car since new (doubtful), you're taking a big gamble. That might seem like a great price but it won't when you find yourself paying to replace a head gasket or transmission.

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