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315,000 miles, and I still can't scrap it
1997 Geo Prizm
I inherited my 1997 Geo Prizm from my father when I was 16 years old (I'm currently 26). At the time it had already been in his possession for 7 years. It was a stick shift. I learned with no RPM gauge, and I attest to date that it is the best car to learn stick on; it's industrial strength, you learn by sound and feel, and the clutch isn't very sensitive. It's now a 19 year old car, and … has 315,000 miles on it. It has taken me on multiple round trips from Columbus to Chicago and DC, and I still drive it safely on multi (3 +) hour trips. I have invested very little until these last final two years in repairs. (Most issues are general wear/age issues, the most recent my sad reality check--rusted brake lines). I haven't calculated mileage in a minute, but several years ago it was *still* running over 37 mpg. It is so well loved that I can't stand to trade it in, and will be giving it away to a friend, who says that even at 315k miles it is more reliable than his own vehicle.
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Edmunds has 6 Used Geo Prizms for sale near you, including a 1990 Prizm Sedan and a 1997 Prizm Sedan ranging in price from $2,450 to $5,995.
How much is the used Geo Prizm?
- There are 6 used Geo Prizm vehicles for sale near you, with an average cost of $4,214.Prices for a used Geo Prizm range from a high of $5,995 to a low of $2,450. Remember that mileage and condition can affect price. Learn more about the Geo Prizm
Is the used Geo Prizm a good car?
- The used Geo Prizm received an average score of 4.4 out of 5 based on 272 consumer reviews at Edmunds. If you want to learn more about the Geo Prizm, read Edmunds' expert review. Learn more about the Geo Prizm