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100,000 miles service

Is it worth it to do the 100,000 miles service or trade the car away?
What is the realistic expectation of miles for this car? 2006 G6 2 door coupe.

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It actually all depends on how you treat your car, any car that someone has put more than 80000 miles in 2 years is questionable, but if you have had no problems and you trust the car keep it.

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