purchase are "NO" ???
I vote No.
High miles, whats been done to engine so far?
Too good right ?? It looks very nice
U checked the car fax,and the only thing I see was a failed emission test in 2014 but have passed 2 since then. 1 previous owner besides the dealer whis selling it now
It's right at the point where it is going to hit you with something big down the road shortly, usually a tranny, but have seen other stuff go away also. I would say no also. Too much money for too many miles.
pull a car FAX. I just bought a 2002 Volvo s60 and the front subframe is bent so it cannot be aligned . obviously from an accident $950 for a new subframe. 400 from a junk yard and no guarantees it isn't bent also
U also see where the thermostat was replaced on 6/2/16 and the only owner since then has been another dealer. Sounds like it may have a cooling problem.??
Nope, it's a bit overpriced. It's worth about $8000 to $9100. Personally I wouldn't pay that kind of money for a vehicle with 171,000 miles on it. The fact that it's a 1 owner and has a service record is a big plus. But the mileage kills it for me. HTH. -Jim
Stay away. I bought a used 2009 cayenne s with only 65k miles. it passed the local Porsche dealers used car inspection BUT has since cost me 8500 bucks in repairs. It's a blast to drive but it's crap for reliability. Just as bad as BMW and MB. It's the Germans way of paying us back for whipping them in WWII
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