since when did vehicles with over 100k miles cost $25-$30k?

Asked by Deoz Jul 14, 2019 at 10:05 AM

Question type: Shopping & Pricing

while I know that some vehicles may be more dependable now a days not all of them are. It is a problem for the consumer when they have to think about a car payment for the next 3-5 years for a vehicle that may not last.

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It all depends on the vehicle you are looking at and how new it is and what the original MSRP was. New vehicles are getting more expensive these days and $35K is close to the average in 2019. You must be looking at vehicles that had an MSRP of over $50K.

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Since prices keep going up and up. Hard to find a decent F250 under 100,000 miles and under 30k. Cars do last longer than they used too. Most all cars can go well over 200,000 miles with proper maintenance and a few repairs.

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One hint. Dealers will ask more for used cars than they cost new hoping for suckers which is why I bought the last one new.

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