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I have done some googling... and get that general opinions on this. But to be more specific, for about the same price I can buy the same Toyota Corolla model but 2008 at 60Km, service history vague, or 2015, 174km on the clock, ex-lease with good service history. Incline to the latter - is that sensible?


Hi there,
We (the AA) recommend buying the safest car your budget allows. So naturally the newer car with higher km's would be priced at a point where you get a newer car than you would ordinarily afford, but also the type of car (Toyota Corolla) is generally reliable and has been proven to be able to handle higher km's if well serviced/looked after.