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Old 28 Oct 2009, 10:38 am
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Default 2004 high mileage MDX

thinking about buying a 2004 Acura MDX with 141k on it. Drove it
yesterday, runs great, engine is strong, tranny shifts crisp and smooth
everything works. interior looks great, no tears in the seats. Seller is
asking 11.9K. has had the tranny replaced at 80K miles. I am actually
looking to sell or trade my 2008 odyssey to downgrade cars due to
a potential job issue that could arise. Am I crazy for buying a high mileage car? My odyssey only has 28K on it.
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