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Considering A 2005 300 (Advice?)

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Old 03-03-2012, 04:56 PM
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Can anyone give me some good advice on a 2005 300? It has 74K on it, it has the 3.5 in it...what are some typcial issues with these cars as they reach this point in their life?

I am worried about major drive train issues obviously but also what about the suspension? Electronics? Anything that anyone can help me with regarding things that these cars are notorious for as they get up around 74K. I'd like to keep this car for about 200K.

Thanks In Advace!!
 
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Old 03-03-2012, 06:49 PM
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let a local mechanic take a look at it for you. U can not lump inst ohh at 100k this will happen different for all cars and trucks.
 
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that's what i have now.. it has 60k and no problems yet.
 
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