Its coming up on 9 model years old, 200K isn't out of reason. Is it 4wd?Originally posted by 1MEANF150:
It sounds like a pretty good deal, its just that the 200,000 plus km worries me a bit. If it checks out allright you can't really go wrong.
Make a nice daily driver, or I'll give ya $400 for the front end LOL!Originally posted by Rhys:
Yeah 4wd, just had a rebuilt tranny put in it, $3000 stereo system in it too, its my sisters roommates he's moving to England so he wants to get rid of it.
still toying with the idea of buying it.
So they are saying they will sell it for 12000+. That makes the 200k one a pretty good deal.Originally posted by 1MEANF150:
My mom has a 93 and it is mint with only 110,000km and it has all the options and she was quoted $8000 for a trade in on a brand new one.
Auto hubs? They're blown. . .Originally posted by Rhys:
Update, he says that when he puts it into 4wd now it makes a clunking sound for a while then runs smooth. It is push button 4x4, any clue what this might be?
More than that, from what I've seen. Hence, the 50% post. Maybe a bit exagerated, but ALL dealership used car prices are.Captain Air Time - There is a difference between a Ford dealership selling a vehicle and a private sale, say about 25% and then tax.
We just recently got a 94 Exloder as a daily driver, 4 dr, 5 spd. Everything on it seems to be good but what have you guys heard about the 5 spd in the long term? I think it is a Mazda gearbox.Originally posted by tiessen:
They made major upgrades to the tranny in 94, but it is still a POS. X drivetrains are otherwise good.
I'd tend to agree simply because of how many miles it has on it. If it was 110,000km I'd say it was a steal at $5500Originally posted by 1MEANF150:
I agree with Wade its a good deal but not great, for $5500 though I would seriously consider it but $8000 is a bit to much.