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2011 Toyota Prius II 5dr HB (GS)

2011 Toyota Prius
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Front Wheel Drive, 5 Door Liftback, Mid-size
51 mpg city / 48 mpg hwy
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July 30, 2012, 5:23 pm

TONI K
 

Question: CAR PURCHASE

i'M SEARCHING TO PURCHASE A VEHICE. i WAS IN A COLLISON ON JULY 4TH (OTHER PARTY PUSHED ME OFF THE FREEWAY) MY HONDA CIVIC tOTALED. I WAS AWARDED $8.000. NOW THE CAR SHOPPING STARTS. I DO NOT WANT TO FINANCE JUST PURCHASE SOMETHING WITH $8000 CASH. I HAVE BEEN FINDING MANY MANY CARS IN THE PRICE RANGE ITS OVERWELMING .HIGH MILES FOR LOW PRICES ..LOW MILES WITH HIGH PRICES. I NOTICED A 2001 TOYOTA PIRUS 2001 WITH 83.000 MILES FOR $6.777. I WANTED TO STAY BETWEEN 2003-2005. NOT SURE ABOUT A 2001. ANY SUGGESTIONS. HOW ABOUT THIS PIRUS. OR A PIRUS IN GENERAL .IM DIVORCED NOW AND ALL DECISION MAKING IS ON MY SHOULDERS AND I HAVE NO IDEA WHAT IS THE BEST WAY TO GO ITS OVERWELMING THAK YOU TONI


August 6, 2012, 9:46 pm

Richard W
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The 2001 is a good car. I like the millage also. But the batterys are getting old. The replacement cost is around $1500 and up. I would stay with a honda or toyota because they will cosrt the least on up keep.


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