LOL. or it means it was an Uber driver in the city!I'd find the newest one with over 100K, maybe even 150K. A lot of miles for the model year means a lot of highway use which is the easiest on the car. Also look for good rubber on the tires. That's a $500 hit if it needs new ones soon.
Bravo. 100-120k is the best for a toyota!a manual transmission 2WD is going to be the most inexpensive to buy, maintain, and drive
but the best thing to do is find one in good condition, no matter the options, with about 100-120K miles on it, plenty of life left, but not driven so little the owner wants a premium for it