2018 Camry with 105000 miles or 2016 Camry with 44000 miles. Both are around the same price.?

13 Answers

  • arther
    Lv 5
    2 weeks ago

    the one with 44000 miles

  • Shark
    Lv 7
    1 month ago

    take the one with lower miles

  • F
    Lv 7
    2 months ago

    I’d find out how the two year old car did 105 000 miles. Sounds like a taxi. Avoid.

  • 2 months ago

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  • 2 months ago

    One thing you can do to determine which is a better deal is call your insurance agent and ask him/her what the replacement value of each vehicle would be if they were totaled tomorrow.  (Get the VINs from the cars in question so the agent has all the specifics and) the agent should be able to answer that question.  Then you'd have a better idea what they're "really worth" if you're trying to determine which to buy.

  • 2 months ago

    Lower miles mean just that; Lower miles. It does not mean it's better. You have no idea how it's been driven. People keep looking at miles but it only tells part of the story.  The 2018 is a newer design and is better tech, safer, and more economical. It's due for 100k mile service . Make sure it gets done. Also, get all service records.

    The problem with lower miles is if you go strictly by miles when determining intervals, you ignore parts go bad by age. A 2016 with 44k miles is still a 4 year old car with 4 year old parts and will need servicing because of this. Aging belts, hoses, and possibly fluids and tires may need to be changed regardless of miles. Still a good buy, but things to consider. The mileage crowd tends to miss these points, which is why low mileage, older cars tend to be neglected. If you only put 11,000 miles a year on a car, to be serviced in a certain timeframe even if the mileage limit isn't met. Regardless, they are Camrys and should last a long time. Have them inspected either way.

    Update: Not sure why the thumbs down. "Low mileage is better" is a myth. It depends on how it was driven and maintained. Just ask anyone who knows cars. It was something passed down from generation to generation. today's cars are much better. 100k miles is nothing on a modern car and most can easily attain 200K miles. Do a search on the topic and you'll see what I mean. 

  • Anonymous
    2 months ago

    Gotta do a full inspection. There could be mechanical issues or scratches or dents or maybe it was poorly maintained or something went wrong. Usually people try to get as much as they can when selling a car so I would be cautious but I would hope the 2016 is in okay shape

  • 2 months ago

    Choose the 2018 Camry. 

  • 2 months ago

    Car with less miles, unless the newer one is a next generation car, which I wouldn't know because I think Toyotas suck.

  • 2 months ago

    Take the one with the lower miles.

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