137,000 2003 VW
137,000 2003 VW
11000 on my 2010 Camaro--40000 on my 2009 D-Max -70000 on our 2007 Avalanche
328,700 miles on my 1988 Honda Accord.
Bought brand new (with 3 miles on the odometer) in June, 1988. This is my daily driver………and it stillruns GREAT !!
16,700 miles on my 2006 Chrysler 300.
8,100 miles on my 2004 Chrysler PT Cruiser.
216,453 1996 Jeep Cherokee Sport
Coming close to 17k on my car and it has taken me 2 1/2 years to get there. That's the joy of taking mass transit to work and having almost everything I need within 5 miles of the house!
I think my wife's car already has more miles, and it's a year newer. We've already talked about giving my car to our daughter when she hits driving age in eleven years. It probably won't even have 100k on it by then unless my driving needs change.
I personally put around 38k (of 66k total) on a 2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee I bought used in 2001.
Now ask me how many motorcycles I've been through since then and I'm not sure I can tell you...
Just under 6,000 on my 2012 Dodge Journey.
75800 on my 2009 Volkswagen MKV GTI
Around 135,000 on my '99 F-250SD. About 30,000 on my '95 993. We have 62,000-ish on the '08 Edge (wife's car) and 100,000 on the '99 E320 wagon (wife's old car, now the kids car).
I have about 36K on our 2010 Kia. Don't be jealous.
Just hit 33,000 miles on my '10 FJ Cruiser.
My previous ride was a '97 Jeep Cherokee Sport - mannual with 285,000 miles. I donated it in '09. I miss her.
28,000 on 2012 Equinox that I've had since Sept '11:bawling:
71 Fiat 850 spyder...33867..actual
I have under 100 miles on my new Accord
220000 miles on my 2002 Alero and 740000 miles on my Mack
170K on my 2003 Rav4. Bought new. Needs $1100 worth of chassis work to keep alignments maintainable. Other than that pretty low maintenance.
My '07 Toyota Tundra has 102,000, just sold the wife's '98 Lexus GS300 with 212,000 on it and bought a 2004 Lexus RX 330 with 41,000