Which car to keep


#1

I have a 1996 toyota camry and a 2005 chev classic. Both have 125,000 miles both need tires. The chev has had nothing serious done to it. I have replaced the master cylinder, radiator, timining belt, and water pump on the toyota. I must sell one of them, can anyone help me by telling me which one to sell?


#2

As good a car as the Camry is, it’s now closing in on 20 years old. I’d sell it and put the money in a savings account, add to it, and be prepared to get a new(er) car when the time comes with the Chevy.


#3

thanks


#4

the chevy is practically brand new compared to the toyota. agree with texases


#5

If they were both the same year then I’d say keep the Toyota. But there’s 19 years separating them…Keep the Chevy.


#6

I agree with everyone else here. Keeping the Chevy is a no-brainer.


#7

The Chevy is much newer, therefore it should have more safety features

Keep the Chevy

Sell the Camry

Set some money aside for future repairs/maintenance on the Chevy. Things will probably start wearing out now.


#8

I’d get rid of the 17 year old one in a heartbeat, no question about it. I’m not sure I would have put those parts in since its not going to help the value at all.


#9

Keep the Chevy and wear it out. Then buy a newer car with all the money you have saved over the next 8 years.


#10

Which one gets better MPG? I’d keep that one.