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Old 18 Dec 2009, 09:33 pm
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Default looking at buying 1997 crv with 275,000 kms... worth it?

Hi there,

I'm looking at buying a 1997 crv, really nice shape from the pics. it's got 275,000kms on it. They are asking $4200 CDN. I am going to look at it tomorrow and I'll ask about the timing belt and if it's changed and if it leaks oil. Have you guys seen these engines go a long ways??? It's a second vehicle so I'm looking for something cheap naturally. I imagine if I take care of it, it'll go for a long time yet. Just looking for some others who share my view

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Rick
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