Hey Scotty. I found a 2007 Toyota Solara convertible with only 50k miles on it. One owner. Summer driven. No accidents. How many years can I reasonably expect this car to be a good daily driver? Miles…

ray34iyf

Hey Scotty. I found a 2007 Toyota Solara convertible with only 50k miles on it. One owner. Summer driven. No accidents. How many years can I reasonably expect this car to be a good daily driver? Miles aren't an issue for this right now obviously, but what about it being 13 years old? Can I expect a good 15 years out of this car? Thanks!

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Techsus
Techsus

@Jackofall

Techsus
Techsus

Drive w/ convertible top down, eliminate visibility problem.

ray34iyf
ray34iyf

I test drove a 2006 Solara v6 today w/110k miles on it and loved it. Only issue was that it was in a sideswipe accident that affected the back wheels, and I figured I'd find another non accident one. Lucky I did... although I agree, the blind spot issue is horrible.

Jackofall
Jackofall

They were great cars, lousy back window view, very dangerous it was to small.