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Old 20 Jan 2009, 07:46 pm
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Default im looking at a 01 acura cl that is a reasonable price and mint condition. But it has 180000...

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Old 20 Jan 2009, 08:01 pm
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Maybe you could have the engine rebuilt and have then deduct the cost from what you will have to pay...find out how much a new engine cost at the dealer also some times when you put a new engine the transmission goes out because of the additional tork load placed on it due to the new engine...these are all things to take into consideration before purchasing.
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Old 20 Jan 2009, 08:16 pm
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my accord has 310,000 miles on it and still strong....just get a mechanic to check it over.....it probably good for another 100K miles at least
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Old 20 Jan 2009, 08:31 pm
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First of all, it's made by Honda. There, my work is done. It's a Honda. With 180,000 miles on it, it's hardly broken in. That things more innocent than a devout Catholic nun. I have and know people who have Hondas with wayyyy over 100,000 miles. I know someone who has a really old Civic they're trying to kill (put as many miles on it as possible, and maintaining it well, trying to see how long it lasts); it has around like 510,000 miles on it? Take it and have fun with it.REMEMBER: A car is only as good as the maintenance it receives. Before you get it, have it inspected by a Honda/Acura dealer (well worth the money) to make sure. And after you buy it, make sure you do all the things necessary as per the owner's manual.
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for an 01 that is alot of miles.. but make sure everything is still in good working other... but then again its a honda the engine are build like gods.. probably run 400k and still run strong...
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