AgitatedHiatus2002 with 120,000 miles on it.... I wouldn't buy it IMO. If it were a model like a 2006 or something newer than yeah, but a 2002 is pretty old. I found a 2008 pontiac G6 on my local craigslist that had 95k miles on it and I bought for 4800. Continue to look around.
Yea kind of my thoughts. I feel lik late 90's early 2000's American cars for the most part were such crap builds.
But after selling my car and knocking down the price on the escape I could prob get into the new car for 7-800 bucks.
That being said, My current Jetta drives ok and is fine but getting old. I don't want to buy something that is going to constantly need work. I know my Jetta and know how to get around emissions tests, cheap repair parts, etc. But it is a piece of crap.
I'm not actively looking for new cars this fell across my lap. Guess Im wondering am I that stupid to pass up on this?
I don't mind driving an old car and don't care what other people think. Money isn't a particular issue I just feel like a depreciating asset isn't worth me spending $20,000+. Thats why I drive older cars. My Jetta has lasted 5 years for less than $2000 bucks.
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