What kind of condition is it in? The mileage is important to an extent, but the condition of the paint, interior, glass, etc. is what really matters. Does everything work? Air conditioning, heater, power windows, electric locks, lights and other components?
Start with the Kelly Blue Book, as another answer suggested, and then rate the vehicle according to its condition. 95 thousand plus miles is not a problem if the car has been taken care of, although it could reduce the value somewhat.
i don't think it is a good deal. Does it have a v8 or v6? See if you can get on vehix.com or cars.com and find a better deal. Even if it is a V8 which would be the better of the 2, with 95k miles on it, someone probably beat on it. I once bought a 95 camaro with 84k miles on it, and had that problem. The car had poor oil pressure and just kinda beat up, rims were bent, car had been wrecked before and didn't know. (just a dumb 18y/o girl.)lol Just things to think about>>>
good deal for the year and mileage. depends on how the bodywork and interior looks. good deal for fairly new or excelent looking interior and exterior. bad deal if in bad to worse. ask for picture and decide for yourself if worst come's to worst.
BTW - an average driver drives 12-15 K / yr. The car is 5 yrs old (probably new in 2004), meaning it should have around 75 K on it. It was driven about 20 K / yr, which is a good deal over average. Which gets back to checking the KBB on it.
I did not check with blue book, but I did some math, the person who has the car has driven
66 miles a day 365 days a year. Dude that's a lot of driving. Take it to a mechanic or a friend who has a good handel on engines. Man that a lot o driving