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Old 12-22-2009
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what is good km

hey guys i am looking around for a 98 to 2000 4x4 but i need to no what is good are low km between that years. cus the truck i have now has really low km.( 98 mazda b4000) and i just put 140km on it when i got it. it was at 109km plz help me out thanks guys
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Old 12-22-2009
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as low km's as possible thats within your price range. when i was looking for a ranger i found a 99 XLT automatic ext'd cab 4dr 4wd at a used car lot, got the guy down to 6000g's canadian out the door, which is awesome BUT it had 337,000kms on it... tranny was on its way out and the 4wd didnt really work.

i found my 93 XLT 4wd ext'd cab 5 speed with 233,800kms, it now has 264,000kms. would've been more if i had been driving it the past 4 months.

anything around the 150,000kms or less is good.. course do a once over on it, test drive it makes sure nothing is wrong.
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Old 12-22-2009
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hahaha whats a KM!?






i kid. lol
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12,000 Miles a year is a good average, so for a '00 anything under 100k miles shoudl be good. I will let you do the conversion.
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thanks man its all i need to do is math on my time off lol
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When I bought my Ranger, she had 184 000km on her. She now has over 235 000km and its been about 1.5 years. She runs like a top and gets great mileage still. I'd look for anything with under 200 000km on it and that isn't rusted out.

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Old 12-25-2009
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ok i just found a 07 mazda b 4000 4x4 120 on it good r bad
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One more time.

OK 12,000 miles is approximately 20,000KM

So if you have a vehicle that is 3 years old it should have 60,000 kilometers.

The kilometers on the truck isn't going to tell you what shape it is in. You will have to look it over, drive it. And then decide if the price is fair. Are you finding comparable trucks for the same money with fewer km's on it?
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