Assuming a diesel engine is running smoothly, without any odd noises,
and handles well, is there any need for a compression test?
The local dealer was offering to do a pre-purchase inspection +
compression test for "only" $600.
He said it was a good idea to do it, as the car is nearly at 200,000
I know the engine runs well, and suspect it's not worth doing the
compression test, though the pre-purchase inspection would be something
I'm definitely considering.
I think he's just trying to get some money out of me. :/
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