2004 toyota camry - worth it to repair?

Asked by GuruLQ7DT Apr 16, 2019 at 07:44 PM about the 2004 Toyota Camry

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Hi there, just had a fender bender (bumper and part of body caved in,
headlight broken, still driveable) and my Camry has 200,000 miles. My
deductible is $1000.
Given the age and mileage, is it worth it to spend $1000 on the car or go
ahead and get a  new one? Thank you!!!

1 Answer


Ihave a 1989 Camry LE with the twin cam v- 6.bought it brand new from the showroom floor.It has 289,000 miles on it now and still going.If you have kept up on maintenance this far it should go another 90,000 mi .for you..Blake Central coast of Cal.

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