Low maintenance, like lube and rim jobs, is a term, believe it or not, once only associated with a mechanics garage. Cars that barely need tuneups, require little for spare parts and run for years without engine replacements are considered “low maintenance.”
They are the ideal car for the new buyer, the old seller and the guy who is just trying to keep his expenses down and get from place to place.
High maintenance cars are many times warned against, as they are expensive to upkeep, their parts must be imported, and the mileage is never worth the price of gas.
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