too much money for too many miles?

Asked by Nov 22, 2017 at 05:25 AM about the INFINITI G35

Question type: Shopping & Pricing

Dealer asking 3800 for 2004 Infinity G35 with 164,000 miles already. Sounds
like a good deal, but could it be shady?

3 Answers

It all depends on location how well it's been serviced and how well you drive it. I bought a ford Taurus a while back with 230000 miles on it. Car ran forever till someone blew a yeild light on me.


way to many miles, you are asking for trouble if you buy the car, at this many miles you are ASKING FOR TROUBLE, Good Luck and HAPPY THANKSGIVING !


it could be a good car- who knows? will it break down on you? if you only have $4000 to spend, why not go to an individual instead of a dealer? Dealers specialize in dispensing junk- cars that people trade in because they don't want to pay for the maintenance- or sometimes dealers go to auctions and pick these cars up for nothing- there are BILLIONS of cars in the world- you only need one- why not talk to the owner in person and find out how he/she has treated and maintained the car? okay, enough wisdom here- it falls on deaf ears usually

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