Then it's likely mostly highway miles and if maintained reasonably
well should not be a bad car. Think of it as a 2007 with average
miles, but only one winter.
How many miles are you going to put on it, and how long do you intend
to own it? If you put on less than 12000 miles a year the longer you
own it the closer it gets to an "average mileage" car.
I own a 2010 MKZ and formally owned a 2008 MKZ. The best I get is 31 MPG
highway, the '08 was 30 MPG when I am in Delaware. When I go up to my home
in the Pocono Mountains in Pennsylvania it will drop 4 or 5 MPG.
I was buying Lexus' but I like the Lincons better, much less expensive to
buy and the Lincolns dealers shop rate is $25 an hour less, as well.
I was only getting around 25 tops, on the Lexus.
US Dept. of Transportation says average number of miles driven per year is
14,450 (2006 data, latest available). Whether that's too many miles depends
on the price the vehicle is being offered at.
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