So I skimmed over this thread, seems the car is running, but consumes oil. I say run it and add oil, unless it's so bad it's fouling plugs or a nasty smoking pollutor blowing oil mist on other vehicles, taking lots of oil. My 2007 now has 164500 miles or so, no oil burning, runs good. If I stick my finger just inside the exhaust pipe all I get is some carbon, no oil. See if your exhaust is carbon or oily. Also bad/clogged pcv valve could cause it to burn oil, try replacing it just for kicks. On my 1965 C10 Chevy truck, in 2004 I swapped in a 396 big block Chevy engine, I thought it was a 454 as the vehicle I pulled it from said 454 cubic inches on the emissions/tune up sticker under the hood. It would smoke, turned out I had the PCV system hooked up wrong! Because of putting on chrome valve covers and chrome air cleaner, and not fully understanding PCV system, I had PCV valve on wrong valve cover, and other valve cover plugged and not vented to suck in filtered air, just a rubber plug that says OIL. I pulled off rubber plug while engine running and heard a huge rush of vacuum, put my hand over hole and felt suction. It seems the smoke in exhaust went away! It was sucking up oil because it wasn't vented to breathe, and pulling oil into air breather into carburetor and being burned. A PCV valve is more important than I thought! Go ahead and buy a new one, keep driving and checking oil, maybe it will stop using oil.