Q: is 2007 Lincoln MKZ a good buy for $1900 with that many miles on it? and will it last till 300,000 miles?

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is it a good buy for 1,900 $ with dat many miles on it? and will it last till 300,000 miles?

My car has 223000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

Hello. If you are getting that vehicle for only $1900 then that is a good deal. If the vehicle is well maintained then it should last for quite some time. I have had a lot of these vehicle last over 300,000 miles as long as the fluids are changed regularly. If you are serious about buying the car, I would recommend having a certified mechanic conduct a pre-purchase inspection of the vehicle to be sure there aren’t any severe underlying problems you might not be aware of.

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