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220,000 miles??? How much do you expect from a $13,000.00 car? Man!!!Report it
I bought my 2001 Focus SE in 2004 with about 55,000 on it and it was my first real car that wasn't a "hand me up." I paid $6500 for it, but was financed. It was supposed to be "Blue Oval Certified" from a Ford dealership but I was not told about a recall on the fuel injector and ended up getting stranded in OK on my way to Dallas 4 months after buying it. I also got stranded on the road in Dallas a month later because I needed a new battery already. To this day I could never get the check engine light to go off and I've had several problems and not much of it has original parts. However, I still love it and will ride it until the wheels fall off.Report it
You have had this car for 12 years. Do you expect nothing to need to be replaced. Do you drive it conservatively. This shows nothing about the car. It has over 20000 miles on it. Do you expect it to be perfect. Get real. I have the same car and I love it.Report it
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