It would seem to me that the life of a toad is pretty easy. The view isn't very good, but not a lot of effort is required.
Should mileage be a major factor in the search for a used toad? It would seem that good suspension and brakes are the most important criteria, and it will experience little wear and tear on the drive train.
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Today's cars and trucks can go well in the the 300k mile life with proper maintenance and care. Not like the POS's we were buying on the 70's and 80's. We have almost 100k on the 07 Wrangler, still looks and runs like new. If a PO had records, I wouldn't worry about mileage.
Rick and Julia
2005 Dolphin 5376, W24, Solid Body Paint, Koni FSD's
2007 Wrangler Unlimited....it follows us everywhere.