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lexus rx 300 suv.... and dodge ram 1500 crew cab.... are they worth the $$$$??

based upon the following info, do you think this is a real good - good - fair buy. it is a 1999 lexus rx 300 4wd suv with 159,000 miles for $10,000.00. it has a moonroof, leather inter, in great shape from what i am told, clean in and out, good set of tires, front and side air bags, fully loaded and all that good stuff & with a good paint job. is lexus GOOD for 159,000 +++++ miles?? also, does 22 mpg hwy & 19 mpg city sound good?? or should it be better?? and on the dodge - it's a 2002 dodge ram 1500 4wd crew cab 4 door. it is 15,000.00 with 79,000 miles. looks like brand new with all the extra plus tow pkg and aluminum tool box on the back. do you think 15,000.00 is a good deal based on the info? any additional info would help on both!!

Asked By: hunniebuggs - 9/26/2007
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LEXUS IS A SOFT SUV... More
Answered By: Exquis8te07 - 9/27/2007
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Lexus is just an expensive Toyota. (159,000 miles? Don't bother wasting your money... More
Answered By: Fl1959 - 9/26/2007
 
The Lexus is an AWESOME deal. If you don't take it, I will ;) You know what they say: 200,000 miles on a Lexus is like 100,000 on any other car. 159,000 isn't even close to the capability of Lexus engines. I've seen them go well beyond 275,000. Yeah, that's a great deal... More
Answered By: Lex - 9/26/2007
 
I'd buy the Dodge if its got a V8. Its got half the miles so its going to last you a lot longer. There is no way I pay $10k on something with 159k miles on it. Fl1959 - Its a 1/2 ton. No diesel.
Answered By: emiller1998 - 9/27/2007
 
I don't know much about the Dodge, but, as far as the Lexus RX 300, 159,000 miles is a lot for a vehicle regardless of the manufacturing brand. Lexus is always known for their exceptional quality and many will last far beyond 160k miles. For $10,000, it's on the higher end and I'm sure you can negotiate that price... More
Answered By: bjobnap16 - 9/27/2007
 
Oh come on!!!! That is an overpriced Toyota Rav4 with a gold trim. Only a fool will fall for that. Now, when parts breaks, you will see what I am talking about. A steering pump for $1000 or a Dodge pump for $250. You will have more fun with the Dodge and waste less money than that money pit Mercedes Benz Wannabe... More
Answered By: spamme4444 - 9/27/2007
 
BEING VERY HONEST "NEITHER". THE LEXUS IS JUST A TOYOTA AND THE DODGE IS A COMPLETE PIECE OF JUNK.
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Answered By: UCANTCME - 9/30/2007
 
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