Lagging

Asked by Jul 05, 2017 at 11:33 PM about the Nissan Sentra

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I'm thinking about buying a Nissan Sentara GXE
from a coworker and she said it has 220715 miles
and it lagging I just wanted to know what is the
problem and how much will It cost to fix it thanks

5 Answers

120,135

I would not buy this car. High miles and problems!

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15

Well It does have a lot of miles, so I'd ask when did it last have a full tune-up (filters, fluids, spark plugs, coils, o2 sensors, etc...). Modern cars don't need less parts when its tune-up time, they just need different parts. But 220,000 thousand miles, makes the year of the car matter in other areas of wear and tear.

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305,715

Lagging could be transmission related and time for a replacement. I'd pass.

67,825

I would run away from that deal.

2,150

sounds like a co-worker wanting to unload their problem onto you. Lots of other options dude!!

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