Question about 1998 Toyota Camry
Im planning to buy a 98 camry with 206,000 km on it. they're selling it for $3500, but im moving to another province and i have to drive it for 19 hours will it be worthy to buy it? what are the things i have to consider?
Toyota Camrys are good cars. In a 1998 you just have to check all the usual things before buying. Do check it passed a smog test recently, that brings older cars undone in the USA. If you can give the engine a compression test, all readings should be within a 10% range.
Pay attention to front suspension wear, all the warning lights should work (any that don't may be hiding a fault), no excessive oil leaks from the cam cover, radiator top tank not cracked, rear swaybar bushings not worn, dogbone steady on the engine not worn, auto trans fluid not black and burned smelling, gear shifts not hard or hesitant, no gunk on the oil filler cap underside (that's engine sludge), no wetness under carpet in front, front driveshaft boots not split, steering rack end boots not split.
Posted on Dec 15, 2016
A lot of the risks when buying a car. That you are not deceived, you need to check all the details. View car, check it out. You should check the VIN number of the car required!
Posted on Dec 14, 2016
Its all depends on your likes but Toyota is good car according to me.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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