I purchased my I30 in 2003 with 47K miles on it.
It now has 195K miles on it & I expect to get at least 250K without trying.
Besides replacing brakes, tires, & battery, the only major issue I've had was a transmission rebuild at 150K.
The car still runs & looks like new - I still enjoy driving it today as much as I did when I bought it.
I took in for service a couple of years ago & was given a 2010 G35 as a loaner car.
I was expecting to be sold on trading up, but I was dissapointed in the ride & overall feel of the G35.
I couldn't wait to get back into my I30.
Also, the last time I put new tires on it, the serviceman couldn't believe how old it was & how good it looked.
Very comfortable & well equipped interior.
Understated, but classic exterior.
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