A Minnesota car dealership is selling a 2010 VW Jetta TDI with over 400,000 miles.
Buying a certified pre-owned car usually means the car is less than 10 years old and has at least less than 150,000 miles on the odometer. This Jetta TDI wagon is quite the exception. According to Luther West Side VW on their used car inventory page, they’re proudly selling this 400,000 mile Jetta TDI wagon on its original engine for just $7,975. They’ve even emblazoned the side profile with a giant sticker testifying that fact. Check out a couple of photographs of this wagon for sale below. If you couldn’t see the odometer, you wouldn’t imagine this car has that kind of mileage.
With the average American driving just 13,500 miles a year, this particular wagon clearly was a workhorse of sorts. If you took an average of how many miles had to be driven per day for over 6 years, it works out to about 182 miles a day.
Although most people would shy away from such a high-mileage vehicle, the dealership does assure you that all service on this car has been done by them.
"We sold this one brand new and have done all the major service since!"
To add to the peace of mind to any prospective buyer, this Jetta TDI wagon now comes with a full power train warranty just in case anything happens within the first few years of ownership.
This particular wagon comes equipped with their infamous TDI engine with 140 HP and more importantly 236 lb-ft.
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While normally we wouldn’t recommend buying such a high-mileage vehicle, this one seems to be the exception. And despite all the drama surrounding these dirty diesels, West Side VW assured you that there’s nothing wrong with this one. “EPA says ok to sell and you can have updates done later if you so desire.”