You can find a mid 90's or early 2000's truck or SUV for around that, but miles are going to be up there. Buying high miles isn't a good thing. Seals can start going and all the wear and tear items can start cathing up to you. Buy Chevy or Ford if you do go that route.. Stay away from the Dodge/Chrysler/Jeep brand. I have a 2011 Ram and already have an idler pulley squeeling. The trucks look good, but I would never buy another Dodge.