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depends if you would want to resell it later.

depreciation on these cars are b!tch.
My car, single owner bought in 09, MSRP $27K, now has 70k miles on it, KBB suggested price $5k

If you don't care, Anything over 50k miles, the timing chain should be replaced. All rubber suspension/drive line parts checked, replaced if bad or going bad.
Where did you get the replace timing chain at 50k miles?
my 2014 2.0T is approaching 66k and I haven't done that yet and there is no indicated need to do it either.
I had heard kias and hyundais should get timing chain replaced between 60-80k but that was back in 2005, I figured they addressed that issue.
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