Is $10,000 to much to pay for a 2015 Honda crosstour with 167,000 miles on it
You tell me....is is AWD or 2 WD? Your headline says 2015..., But, the fine print says 2012... which is it? Also, condition is super important here, be careful....ask for service records...if they balk, walk away quickly. I would be extremely cautious about purchasing a car with 167,000 miles this new.... Sounds like it was used commercially like a taxi? http://www.nadaguides.com/Cars/2015/Honda/Crosstour/Utility-4D-EX-2WD-V6/Values
See this, makes a big difference......................... again, 167,000 miles??? http://www.nadaguides.com/Cars/2012/Honda/Accord-Crosstour-V6/Utility-4D-EX- 2WD/Values
On further research, I would definitely skip this orphaned car.... http://www.carcomplaints.com/Honda/Crosstour/2015/
Do you really want to pay that much for a car that is 80%+ worn out?
Pass on it. Too many miles on too new a car.
It doesn't matter that the miles have been accumulated in a short period of time. If anything, it's better, as the car almost certainly did a lot them on the highway. Still, the total mileage is a significant turn-off. Pass on it.
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