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Ask this question in 10 years lol. Ppl dont run these cars up. Prob cost of fuel who knows

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with good maintenance Toyota engines are said to hit over 200,000 with no issues.. mines at almost 140,000 and still drives and idles smoother than some newer premium cars i have rode in... here is one with over 200,000 miles and body work and interior still looks like its done quater of that mileage..

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/2005-05-LEXUS-IS300-AUTO-FLAGSHIP-MODEL-SAT-NAV-CREAM-LEATHER-REDUCED-PRICE/141294922008?_trksid=p2045573.c100033.m2042&_trkparms=aid%3D111001%26algo%3DREC.SEED%26ao%3D1%26asc%3D22047%26meid%3D7131368663878068374%26pid%3D100033%26prg%3D9537%26rk%3D1%26rkt%3D4%26sd%3D141294922008

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mines a 2000 on 164000 had it eight years and all i have done is serviced it myself every 6000 just thinking of getting new exhaust as its getting rather rusty cus of this winter but still runs smooth as silk my plan is to run it til fuel gets too much lol

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I am planning on keeping mine at least another 5 years, it is a 54 plate with only 63k and I do about 5k a year. The cost of fuel is only relative. Some people are happy paying £8.50 a day for a packet of cigarettes and others think nothing of spending £50 for a night out, so compared to the enjoyment I get driving my Lexus, 25 to the gallon is cheap!

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54 plate with 102789 miles - apart from regular 12 month/10k service, water pump and Battery no other costs apart from fuel. Drives like it'll do another 100k. Hope I have not spoken too soon, but doubt it!

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As much as or as little as someone is prepared to pay for it and don't forget they are now getting on for 15 to 21 years old irregardless of mileage. You might get a bit more if it is the or trd kitted

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