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93 Es300 With 200k Miles For Sale


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I saw a lex es300 1993 for 2300 dollars at this independent dealership and it has 200,000 miles. I was thinking of getting it as a 2nd car for work, is this a good deal or am I looking for a lot of future repairs? I am aware that this cars are very reliable. Please advise. Thanks so much for any input.

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A tad up there for it's asking price of a 15 year old car.....what kind of condition is it in? Bet you can knock off $800 - $1000 of the price. :)

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I bought a 94 last year around this time with about 190k , put about 20-25k on it and it crapped out. In this area, imports hold their value pretty well, so that price would be a steal around here if the car is in half decent shape.

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try to get the price down....the dealer probably would have wholesaled the car if they thought it was not worth selling. I, however, bought a 96 es300 with 200 thou. on it for 1800....private party. I have had to do nothing but rear brakes, tires, seat covers, and a windshield....but other than that, i am very happy with it. :blush:

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The big thing is that lexus vehicles are known to get many miles out of them, but these old ES's have camry engines in them, 1MZ-FE is exactly the same, so milage will vary upon maintenace. Personally, you couldn't GIVE me a car with over 200K on it.

Lexus vehicles hold their value extremely well. My 1994 ES would get $4850 if it got totaled.

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The big thing is that lexus vehicles are known to get many miles out of them, but these old ES's have camry engines in them, 1MZ-FE is exactly the same, so milage will vary upon maintenace. Personally, you couldn't GIVE me a car with over 200K on it.

Lexus vehicles hold their value extremely well. My 1994 ES would get $4850 if it got totaled.

Ok, I see. Thanks guys for the input. I think I will be looking for a 1994 es.

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A tad up there for it's asking price of a 15 year old car.....what kind of condition is it in? Bet you can knock off $800 - $1000 of the price. :)

:cheers:

Be sure to take it to a good mechanic and have the following checked: motor mounts, CV joints, timing belt, brake line integrity, of course brakes and make sure that you don't just get a single key (especially if it's the valet key and no remote keys).

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