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Hello
If the car is properly maintained I have customers that run over 200.000 miles on the car.

Posted on Jul 15, 2010

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    Mary Firpo Jan 08, 2013

    I just bought a 1987 Dodge Aries SE 2.5 and it runs fantastic. It has about 210,000 miles on it and is in excellent working condition. I was told by a mechanic that it has a good engine that can last a few years over 200,000 miles.

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