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Yes you read righ...266,164 to be exact.

My daily driver is a PLUG-IN HYBRID 2013 Chevy Volt for my 60 mile round trip commute 4 days a week in sunny and dry southern California. My average MPG is 92MPG I use about 0.60 of a gallon per round trip.
My wife drives a 2013 VW EOS HARD TOP CONVERTIBLE.
We have a 2004 Chevy Tahoe Z71 for family trips and Mexico semi-offroad camping.

So naturally when my co-workers impeccable 2005 Nissan Frontier V6 4x2 Crewcab 6 speed was for sale, I took him up on it. He was offered $2,000 as a trade in, KBB showed $5,200 for private party. He offered it for $3,800 and I took him up on it, since I know he only uses it to commute to work and can't wrench to save his life, so every single service has been done at the dealership he bough it. He just paid $1,200 for a new catalytic converter (1 of 2 apparently) and $600 in tires. So since I might need a truck occasionally, I thought it was a good deal.

Clean inside and out and 266,000 on the original clutch. What's with reverse being so awkwardly positioned??

How do I add pictures?
 

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Welcome!

Sounds like a score. It's nice knowing the history of a vehicle like that. I've got a 1998 Chevy Cavalier with 227k miles that I got from a friend that I can trace it's history back to new so I wasn't concerned one bit about the mileage.
 

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Welcome to the club.....Chevy Volt? Talk about your ying and yang!
 

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KBB showed $5200 for a 2006 with 266k on the clock? These things hold value way better than I expected. Nice pick up!
 
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