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Considering buying my first, a 2006 Grand Touring

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Considering buying my first, a 2006 Grand Touring

It's got 141k miles on it, and if this particular car doesn't work out, I'll be going with something in a similar mileage range. I'm not really a gear head, but I know a few things here and there. I'm hoping to compile a list of things to look for, and repairs to expect from the standard wear and tear of this model with this many miles. It's going to be a manual.

What are some common parts that should have already been replaced at this point, in your experiences, that I should ask for.

What can I expect to go wrong around this mileage marker, assuming the car has been well cared for and well maintained?

This is the crack service team I'll have helping me work on it, if that helps at all.



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