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I'd love to get your opinion, since you wrote your review so recently. I have the chance to buy a 2002 for $6,000 with 36,000 miles. It's in great shape, spotless maintenance history, and I'm afraid of what could happen to it that would cost me alot of money. I would be selling a 2010 Kia Soul that I owe $4500 on. I can't figure out what to do. Can you offer any advice? Thank you so much!Report it
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