Planning to buy second hand car..
As these are budget priced vehicles by now I would drop the Mitsubishi, the reviews should tell you all you need to know about that car. The Honda Accord is the best of the bunch if it has been maintained properly, as with any older vehicle expect to lay out some money for things it needs right away, some personal experience with the Accord is my daughter had one and drove for 280K and then she gave it to her brother who modified it and drove another 200K, would have drove it longer but a falling tree cut that short. Now the Toyota could be or bad, again it all depends on how it was cared for, I've seen these little cars run up to 300K without any real problems, but other things tend to wear out, like seats, some electronics, wiring and water leaks developing over time. As with any used car you should have it checked over by a shop before committing to buying it. HTH
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