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Should I trade in my 2016 Sonata for a 2011 Colorado?

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Hi! I purchase my 16 Hyundai Sonata new and I have 70000 kms on it. Just the base model with the 2.4 engine. I’m really interested in a good shape 11 Chevy Colorado 4x4 crew cab with 160000kms. If the truck seems to be decent, should I go ahead with it? The 3.7 engine from my research seems to be a strong engine. I’ve had little problems with my car but I’m concerned about the engine quality. Thanks!!

Clarification: That Colorado has 99,500 miles on it. How much additional years and mileage do you need the truck to last you?

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I hope it’s a manual - 

The 2011 Colorado CrewCab with the 3.7L I5 was only offered with the automatic.

Ouch..

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Neither vehicle is good. I'd keep the devil you know and not bother with the Colorado.

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Hundayi and Chev Colorado both are unreliable and dont last more than 100000miles even when spending huge fortune. If your stuck with hundayi I say keep it and drive it as long as u can if planning to sell it get Toyota tundra or Tacoma. But if like to change cars every 5 years or so I say go ahead exchange calrado but if you planning to keep it for long time dont.

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The Colorado is one of the worst quality vehicles on the planet.  You can spend all day reading on the internet just how bad they are.  There is no good year for these vehicles.

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Alright guys, what about a 2012 Tacoma with 120000kms and a balance of 17K cad owing? I don’t want a vehicle payment but that Tacoma will outlast the car twice as long and then some... 

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