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Discussion in 'The Okie Corral' started by Doc Holliday, Jan 21, 2020.
How many miles does your vehicle have?
2003 GMC Safari 4.3L Vortec V6 327,390 miles
133k and counting
My bike has 25,000
My car has 85,000
'02 Dodge Dakota, 233,420.
Got around 85k on my '09 Tundra. Bought it used in 2016 with just over 40k on it.
'01 Bonny has 199,982
'10 Ford Focus has 29K
06 Accord V6 M6, not quite 180,000, is going to need a clutch before long.
00 Z28 M6, 255,000... I think it might be done/worth more in parts...
02 Tahoe 302,000 and climbing.
42,000 on a Nissan Cube that I inherited and going to drive it until it dies . Ugly as heck but fits my needs . Been marries almost 40 years so I don't need a " chic magnet " . My truck is a Ford Ranger that is a 99 and has about 74,000 on it . Don't really like it but it was given to me and I plan on driving it until it dies as well . At one time I cared about a vehicle but pushing 60 now and if the heat and air works I am good to go .
2014 Civic everyday driver 124k. Still has the original brakes.
06 4Runner with 183K and running great. Wife's '12 Ram has 48K on it but we live 7 miles from where she works. Harley has not nearly enough.
263,000 miles, all city miles around town
I thought this was going a totally different place than vehicles.
2008 F150 137,000 miles
313K on my 96 S10 SS...soon the have the heart of a Corvette.
A hair over 75k on my 2016 Mazda 6. 252k on the 95 f150 but it's not a daily as I can't drive my daughter around in it
179K on my 2002 isuzu rodeo. I take good care of it and hope to have it for a long time.
I had 2000 Mazda Protege that blew a transmission in 2014. Driving 50 miles 1 way on my commute I cared only about mpg. It had 269,000 on it.
I went ft telecommute two months later.
My 2011 Honda Civic is just under 80,000. I now average less than 7,000 miles a year.
New Dd has 104k(2010 bimmer 335i) last Dd had over 400k(1993 Volvo 940 wagon)