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I agree. I just purchase mine, which was a one-owner and taken very good care of. It was 104k miles when I got it, and it is now about 110k miles - and it is now having transmission issues. Since the transmission was not recalled, I will have to pay $3500 - half the entire car value - out of my own pocket to replace the transmission.Report it
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