Congratulations! Nothing wrong with driving a higher-mileage vehicle. The median age of a vehicle on the road today is 11 years. Most cars can go for 200,000-250,000 miles or more with proper maintenance.
Did you have a repair shop complete a pre-purchase inspection? If not, that’s okay. Keep this in mind, though, for next time if needed. This is a good way to hopefully avoid any major surprises after you purchase a vehicle. If no pre-purchase inspection was done, then the first thing you will want to do is to have your local service shop do an inspection on the car.
They will do a thorough inspection of the car from the outside and under the hood. If there are any recommendations, the shop can create a priority list for you. The priority list will include any repairs as well as maintenance needed based upon mileage and the age of the car. They will most likely send you pictures of any issues they find. Of course, the safety items, if any, will need to be taken care of right away.
Good luck with your car. Hope you are able to enjoy it for several more years.
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