My G6 2005 has 120,000 miles on it. Up til now I have only had to replace the tire, brakes, and battery.
All of these things are due to be changed at its age.
Tomorrow I am replacing a tie rod and a Control arm, both considered to be a wearable item. Given its mileage I think that there replacement is a no issue.
I have no complaints other than the featureless radio and built in Info center. At 120, 000 miles my car still drives, looks, feels like new. I have a future plan to change out the stereo and say good by to the info display.
I have in the past changed the transmission fluid, and I will do a spark plug and belt change all thing due at 100,000.
Passing others is a breeze.
Handles very well.
Meh radio...why did they integrate the info center with that.
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