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I found a 2001 Toyota Corolla with 200k miles on it on Craigslist and also a 1997 Chevy Cavalier with 88k miles on it. Obviously, 88k miles is a lot less than 200k miles, but I'm wondering if it would even matter considering Toyotas run forever. I need a reliable car for college (I will be commuting everyday for college this fall) and both have minimal/no rust. My mom owns a 1999 Toyota Camry and it is still running today (over 200k miles, check engine light is on but not sure what the problem is, it is also very loud), so a Corolla would still be a good choice based on what I've heard and seen. Which should I go with? I do not drive a lot outside of the fact that I will be going to college (about 20-25 miles there and back). I also would take very good care of whichever one I go with (oil changes, washing, driving), but is the Chevy the best choice because it has the lower miles? I live in Upstate NY, so the winter is definitely harsh on cars here. Thanks for the help!
I just got a 97 Cavalier Z24, and the guy said he drove it home and parked it for the winter. I had to tow it home, cause it didn't want to start. I get it home and my dad said it may be the starter. So I changed that and still wont try to crank. I get power to the lights, radio, and my gages, but nothing when I turn the key. What do you guys think? My first little tuner car
Okay, so I've got a 1991 2.2l i4 Chevrolet Cavalier RS 2door coupe. Anyhow, I've looked up it's VIN plenty of times on Carfax and the like, and I see that under the "Drivetrain" marker, it says RWD... Now I know for a fact that when a vehicle is FWD the engines are turned from where the fan is in the front, to where the fan is either on the left or right. Now, my cavalier has the turned engine with the fan facing passanger side, but when I run the VIN through carfax, it says it's a RWD... Is this even possible?