13th Mar 2019, 18:24

Both would be reliable. Both are barely broken in. What's your point? My current vehicle is a 2002 with 130k on the clock. Pretty much broken in by now, body on frame, V8, rear wheel drive. Older technology. That's the way I like it. And you?

13th Mar 2019, 21:30

Not much of a comparison at all. There isn't a whole lot of change from a year old to a 10-15 year old car. A 30 year old comparison would be a little more like it.

14th Mar 2019, 01:53

An older car is gonna have rust issues regardless of low miles... and the newer car might have its first electronic fault :)