Is it worth putting the money into a car with that many miles? What might go wrong next? It doesn't leak anything, quiet engine, and has been a wonderful car. I hate to get rid of it if there's a chance I can get another 50 or 75,000 miles out of it.
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2003 Toyota Camry Question: I have a 2003 toyota camry with 176,000 miles. It runs great but needs struts,
Answer #1goodguy February 27, 2013, 02:31Master
if it runs good it shouldnt cost you that much to change struts if you need them
Answer #2Greg's Orange Auto (13724 Answers) , Orange, CA - (714) 361-9386globalhelper February 27, 2013, 06:32Master
if you like the car and its PAID for why not
Answer #3dangenet April 26, 2013, 06:32Rookie
I've got the same car, same year, approximately the same mileage.
I have replaced (or am about to replace) the following:
- catalytic converter (and oxygen sensors)
- power door lock actuators (about $200 each)
The internet indicates these problems are common at this age and mileage.
However, this is the first time I've had to put serious money into this car since I bought it, and I'm planning on getting another 5 years out of it.