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well its a huge risk buying a car with that amount of miles. the truth is you really shouldnt unless your getting it from grandmas house. the previous owners more than likely beat the piss out of it if the tranny went and you should have gotten a cheap warranty for at least a few months since the car had close to 100k thats the average amount of miles if not sooner when all cars start to have problems. poor research and car knowledge on your part but thats most people anywase. better luck next time ive had plenty of lemons thats the only way to look at it. cant just say that sentras are bad cars cause of your sole experience.Report it
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