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im not sure i can answer your specific question but my reaction is whynot search for a 2010 to 2012 that has had the timing chain done or find one that hasn't and factor that into negotiation for the right car? the 2010+ SC are fast and smooth, i wldnt abandon getting one because of something than can easily and permanently be fixed.
 

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I've had both and frankly the 10-12 is much nicer.

I was able to get all of the timing chain (and a host of other issues) resolved for free under the manufactures extended warranty before they became a problem. My 2012 SC has been relatively issue free.

The power difference is quite substantial. The luxury options are also a lot nicer in the later models.

My two cents.
Can you elaborate on the host of other issues? Im about to do my timing chain and wld like to cover any vulnerabilities at once. Thanks very much.


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