52,000 on my 06' Chevy Monte Carlo..
I drive alot...
33,000 on my '04 Honda Accord
I live 7 miles from work...
77,000 miles on my 2002 toyota land cruiser
88,000 or so... I bought it used a year and a half ago with about 60,000 on it already. It's a 97 Saturn
53k on my 03 mustang
2002 Ford Excursion Limited Ultimate v10 4x4 - 94,000
2005 Jeep Grand Cherokee Hemi v8 4x4 - 42,000
2008 Toyota Prius - 15,000
I have 41,100 to 41,200 miles on my car. When I bought in almost five months it had about 38,800 miles on it.
131,000 on my 95 Accord.
I feel a little embarrassed because everyone has newer cars with under 100k miles. :shame: But I bought this car only for $3k a couple years ago and I love it! I routinely maintain her, change the oil, fix brakes, etc so she runs so smooth.
I have 139,000 on my '93 Buick Century, LOL!
I'm a poor college kid, and when Great Aunt Eunice got too senile to drive, they took away her car and sold it to my dad for $500, and it only had 60,000 miles on it. he had let me drive it since then (2005), and although there's dumb stuff wrong with it (rusting a lot, power steering went out, the cupholders broke), she still runs like a champ!
39k -- 2005
15,000 DH's 2007 toyota avalon we traded in a 1996 avalon for it last year with 116,000
I have 39K on 2006 Volvo S40. I've only had it for 2.5 years but I drive in circles. No sense of direction. Haha.
I have about 25K on my 06' Scion TC, She's two and half years old. I've taken a road trip to Vegas and drive 100 miles roundtrip at least 3 times a week (to school) But work is only 3 miles aways. So I'm thinking that's not too bad.
Oh man, my grandma has a 99 corolla or maybe an 00 one, but she has like 13K on her car. She only drives to the store and back. And we've taken it on a few road trips.
My dad's car is even better. He has a 03' 350Z and he only has like 5k on it. It still smells new too!
4,500ish on my 2008 Honda Accord (this seems like a lot since I bought it in June... hmmm)