Found to ford focus svt's a 2003 with 161,000 miles on it and a 2004 with 192,000 having hard time determine to wich one to get any suggestion's. Please. 2003 is for 2500 and 2004 2200

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Asked by Feb 17, 2017 at 05:18 PM

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Both are likely used up. Can you spend a little more and get something with less miles?

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No that's about all i got. Wish i could but reall need a car now but really would like a ford focus svt

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52,125

Buy the SVT. It probably has a manual transmission and that is preferred over a high mile automatic.

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Which one would you prefer

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I would prefer the SVT. Keep in mind I have no information on either car other then year miles and price and that is not much to go on.

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Would 2003 with the lower miles be better than the 2004 with the higher miles both very well kept not hot rodded

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They both have the lesther seats and the whole svt packages if that helps any and yes both manal transmissions 6 speeds

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52,125

I can not help you decide without seeing the cars in person and driving them. Get the one you like the best.

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Thank you you have been a great help appreciate your honesty

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Dont buy any, save your pennies and get something with way less miles...good luck..

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Kinda need it now tired of one car in the house wife and i share looking for me and really like these ford focus svt's and thats about all i can aford right now big family but if i could i defiantly would

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Both vehicles are a little overpriced. $1500 to $2000 on either would be more reasonable. Since this'll be a second vehicle basically, I'd go with the lower mileage one. Unless the Carfax reveals something horrible. Definitely do a vehicle history report on both such as Carfax. See which one has a stronger service record, ownership record, no accidents, and then go from there. HTH. -Jim

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