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Q: Someone is trying to sell a 2005 mustang for 4,000 with 160,000 miles is that bad

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Someone is trying to sell a mustang 2005 for 4,000 and has 160,000 miles is that bad

Hello. That can be a good price depending on the model of the vehicle and the options that it has. It is also important to know how well the car was maintained. If it was not maintained well or is having costly issues then this can be too much to spend on this car. I would definitely recommend having a mechanic perform a full pre-purchase inspection of the car to see if there are any underlying conditions before you decide to make the purchase.

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