Go test drive the car for yourself. Be sure to adjust the seat for your height. There is an electric up/down adjustment, the switch is on the front left side of the seat.
If proper maintenance is done, there is no reason these cars shouldn't go 200,000 miles. However, I would anticipate having to change the turbo out before hitting the 200 mark, depending on how spirited the previous driver used the car. But we are into unknown territory, there are very few Redlines out there with over 100,000; so you might be one of the first test mules.
I have mentioned this before to new owners: If you are purchasing the Sky Redline as a trouble free daily driver that must not fail; then you may want to rethink your use for the car. Yes, the majority of them seem to hold up well and very few experience serious issues. However, ANY forced induction vehicle has an added layer of issues. IE: Boost leaks in the charge system do to failing clamps, failing ICs, or turbo issues.
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Last edited by GS Stage 1; 01-24-2013 at 03:02 PM.