Flaunt Your High-Mileage Car

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Re: Flaunt Your High-Mileage Car

Post by LeeInTN » Mon Dec 26, 2016 7:03 am

One of ours reached 250K last week. The other one reached 350K same week. Happy to send link to photos.
Have driven only 5 cars in 46 years of driving - and one of those was for only one year.

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Post by chipperd » Mon Dec 26, 2016 7:52 am

2005 Toyota Sienna CE
230,000 miles
Kid schlepper bought used in 2008 with 45k on it
We keep it up, but only what our trusted mechanic says it needs.
Highly recommend that Toyota V6 and accompanying transmission
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Re: Flaunt Your High-Mileage Car

Post by mggray17 » Mon Dec 26, 2016 8:28 am

Had a 2000 Pontiac Grand Prix GT with GM 3.8l V6, had about 330,0000 when I got rid of it.
Bought it used in March, 2002 and had it until the end of 2013.
Replaced it with '07 Impala with 3.9l and just turned 100K with that. Still like new.

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Post by tim1999 » Mon Dec 26, 2016 10:57 am

Not mine but I know a guy who has a 1982 Mercedes 300D with about 700k on it the last time I saw him. Also know a guy at work who has a late 1990s Acura RL with a little over 400k on it. Cosmetically it is pretty battered though.

I got my first car (with the venerable GM 3.8 engine) to somewhere around 220k I think before I sold it, next owner had to put at least another 50k on it before he crashed it. Since then, except for one car I bought used at 25k and sold at 80k, I don't think I've ever had a car past 50k.

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Re: Flaunt Your High-Mileage Car

Post by tim1999 » Mon Dec 26, 2016 11:02 am

Casey Ryback wrote:2006 Pontiac Grand Prix with 150,000. Anyone can take a Honda or Toyota to 150,000. Try it in a Pontiac.


Had an uber driver last week with a Grand Prix from this era, I glanced over and saw it had about 161,000 on it. And boy did it feel like it. Car was moaning and groaning the whole way and felt like it listed to one side, steering wheel was vibrating, not sure how it ever passed uber's inspection.

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Re: Flaunt Your High-Mileage Car

Post by Barefootgirl » Mon Dec 26, 2016 12:45 pm

I'll try the contrarian route by flaunting my low mileage car. I bought a new Toyota in 2013. Soon after, my employer went to a mostly telework schedule.

In spite of a couple long distance road trips, I'm coming up on 17K miles after 3.5 years of use.

I hope when I go to sell, the low mileage will have add to the value?
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Post by munemaker » Mon Dec 26, 2016 12:55 pm

Barefootgirl wrote:I'll try the contrarian route by flaunting my low mileage car. I bought a new Toyota in 2013. Soon after, my employer went to a mostly telework schedule.

In spite of a couple long distance road trips, I'm coming up on 17K miles after 3.5 years of use.

I hope when I go to sell, the low mileage will have add to the value?


Similarly, my wife has a 2009 Malibu LTZ (bought new) that just turned 42,000 miles. When we travel together, we always take my car.

My 2009 Honda CR*V has 187,000 on it and still looks great, inside and out; runs good too although the engine is not as quiet as it used to be.

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Re: Flaunt Your High-Mileage Car

Post by Petrocelli » Fri Jan 20, 2017 6:12 pm

My Mercedes just hit 44,500 miles. I leased it for 45,000 miles for $615 a month. I brought it back three months early. The dealer wrote of the 3 lease payments, and I drove off in a new $47,000 Mercedes for $615 a month, including tax and all regular maintenance, with no money down (other than license and first month's payment).
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Re: Flaunt Your High-Mileage Car

Post by gunn_show » Fri Jan 20, 2017 9:07 pm

Just sold:
2005 Honda Pilot ... (12 yrs old)... 71,000 miles... !

Replaced it with:
2007 Lexus GX v8 ... (10 yrs old)... 175,000 miles...!

I got older and higher mileage.. in an upgrade... ;)
Pilot could not handle 4x4 and snow situations... Lexus v8 is a BEAST and traction control, awesome leather/wood interior, navi, aux port, great Levinson surround sound... love my "upgrade" .. now sold on the benefits of Lexus vs. standard Toyo/Honda, without question (lifelong honda fan)

Fortunately I work from home so 2000-4000 mi per year is my average, Lexus should last me 10+ more yrs with proper care
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Re: Flaunt Your High-Mileage Car

Post by zengolf2011 » Sat Jan 21, 2017 9:03 pm

Have driven Hondas and Toyotas to 180k+ with nothing but regular fluid changes and new tires. Traded due to boredom, not reliability issues. Current car is a 2014 Crosstour with a mere 30k. Plan to keep it for a very, very long time! If you take care of them, they will serve you well! Have wanted to buy American for decades and will as soon as they match the quality of imports. Sad but true.

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Re: Flaunt Your High-Mileage Car

Post by Kiter » Sat Jan 21, 2017 10:29 pm

Work trucks 90,92 Chevys ,my beach and work truck 88 Nissan all over 150k . I get a lot of grief about the Nissan from those in truck debt. :?

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Post by roflwaffle » Sun Jan 22, 2017 2:01 pm

I have a...
1982 Toyota Pickup at 400k miles (odometer stopped working a decade ago around 350k miles), which was a gift from family.
1982 VW Rabbit at 100k (way more on the engine, which needs a rebuild), which maybe cost me ~$350 total.
2000 Honda Insight at 95k I bought with 68k miles for $5000.
2005 Prius at 205k I bought with 135k miles for $7000.
2007 Prius at 195k I bought with 185k miles for $1500.

Three are non-op, and to be honest, four should be, but I have repairs I'd like to take care of before I drop to one active vehicle. I'm also planning to give the 2005 or 2007 Prius to my mother in law, but they both need some work before that happens.

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Re: Flaunt Your High-Mileage Car

Post by NDfan27 » Mon Jan 23, 2017 2:19 pm

I've never had a primary vehicle with fewer than 150k miles on it. The 1996 Nissan I drove through high school and college got up to about 210k before I gave it to a cousin (who promptly wrecked it). Now I "drive" a 1998 F-150 with about 180k miles (I put less than 5k miles on it a year).

However, I should be getting a new work truck this year. Even at 170k, this one is pretty beat up but I'm not one to complain. The guy who drove it before me must've had a lot of fun.

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Re: Flaunt Your High-Mileage Car

Post by PaulF » Tue Jan 24, 2017 9:54 am

My 1995 Honda Civic Si has 183k. I don't actually drive very much, but I took a couple of long trips in it in the last year or two.
On the other side of the coin, DWs 2014 Subaru Impreza has 10k, so less than 5k a year.

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Re: Flaunt Your High-Mileage Car

Post by Moolala » Tue Jan 24, 2017 10:04 am

No car! I walk! And only pay for the chocolate that gives me my energy. 8-)

(21y/o in a big city. Hopefully someday I will buy a car used, reliable, and safe.)

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Re: Flaunt Your High-Mileage Car

Post by opus360 » Wed Jan 25, 2017 10:04 am

My daily driver 99 VW Passat... not much miles but old. Needs repair once or twice a year.

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Post by jimmac9 » Thu Jan 26, 2017 3:17 pm

I've had 3 late 1990's Ford Explorers all with over 150000. Two of them eventually had transmission problems, and the third had every part in the front steering and suspension systems start to fall apart, so I scrapped her. Total price paid for all of said Explorers..... $0.00 (I worked for a large towing company)

Now my 2011 Ford Edge has 78000, no issues, love it.

BUT the winner is the 2016 Mack Pinnacle work truck, just surpassed 90,000.

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Post by CoAndy » Thu Sep 07, 2017 2:13 pm

Thought I would bring this thread back to life so see some new inspiring high mileage vehicles!

2012 Honda Accord. 66k miles. 100% trouble free to date...

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Re: Flaunt Your High-Mileage Car

Post by grok87 » Thu Sep 07, 2017 2:19 pm

2001 honda odyssey with 140 k miles.
I nearly threw in the towel a couple of years ago when i had to replace the transmission. So far so good.
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Re: Flaunt Your High-Mileage Car

Post by neilpilot » Thu Sep 07, 2017 2:26 pm

OK, it's not a car and doesn't even have an odometer. But my 1965 Mooney, based on hours of operation, has in excess of 930k miles. 8-)

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Re: Flaunt Your High-Mileage Car

Post by soccerrules » Thu Sep 07, 2017 2:47 pm

05 GMC Yukon XL 199K miles-- First car I've kept that will reach 200K
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Post by bottlecap » Thu Sep 07, 2017 2:48 pm

The above-mentioned 2000 Ford Explorer is still chugging at 314,200 miles.

Have about 185,000 miles on the 2005 Chevy.

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Re: Flaunt Your High-Mileage Car

Post by harrington » Thu Sep 07, 2017 3:07 pm

2003 Jeep Wrangler with 345,500 and just passed it on to one of our kids LOL......You can't kill these motors.....Original transmission also.

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Post by bhinvestor234817 » Thu Sep 07, 2017 3:35 pm

I've been very fortunate with these vehicles:
- 1994 Geo Prism 245,400 miles, purchased new in Aug 1994. I change oil/rotate tires every 3,000 miles. Replace fluids every two years or so.
- 2005 Toyota Highlander 221,300 miles, purchased new in Oct 2004. I change oil/rotate tires every 5,000 miles; go to dealer for 60,000 mile major services.

New car fund (accumulation of payments formerly for Toyota) means next vehicle will be a paid-in-full cash purchase.

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Re: Flaunt Your High-Mileage Car

Post by researcher » Thu Sep 07, 2017 3:44 pm

harrington wrote:
Thu Sep 07, 2017 3:07 pm
2003 Jeep Wrangler with 345,500 and just passed it on to one of our kids LOL......You can't kill these motors.....Original transmission also.
So you're averaging nearly 25,000 MILES PER YEAR in a Jeep Wrangler?

Where and why are you driving so much?

And why are you doing so much (presumably) highway driving in a Jeep Wrangler?
They are uncomfortable, unrefined beasts on the highway...loud, poor handling, poor steering, harsh ride, ect.

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Post by Broken Man 1999 » Thu Sep 07, 2017 3:56 pm

Great to be reading about all the high-mileage cars.

I entered the car buying public in the early 70ties.

Who can forget these magical times?

1. The first place you hit after driving off in your brand new car was either Rusty Jones or Ziebart, else you new ride would rust away from underneath you.

2. Ford's Pinto (aka Chariots of Fire) My 1974 Pinto was my first brand new car. Ford put a piece of plastic I believe to prevent a rear-end collision from turning the car into an inferno. Dollar for dollar probably the best car I ever owned.

3. Then the late eighties when GM's paint primer failed and I saw my 1988 Chevy Van taken down to bare metal and repainted.

4 In those days you would be proud if you got 100,000 miles on your vehicle.

Just asked one DD how many miles on her Camry, 225,000+ at her last service date. Her only other vehicle was a Nissan Hardbody truck. She put 150,000 on it, and only bought the Camry because she was expecting.

At the current rate we add miles to our van, less than 9,000/year, I'm not sure I will live to see 200,000 on it, 72,000 now.

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Re: Flaunt Your High-Mileage Car

Post by genedios966 » Thu Sep 07, 2017 4:14 pm

2000 Toyota solara 192000 miles. Some leaks but still feels great and starts up easy. Paint is starting to crack and peel but refuse to have repainted because that will "cause" a real problem.

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Post by JBTX » Thu Sep 07, 2017 5:05 pm

Currently we have 2013 Ford Taurus bought new with a little over 100k miles and 2012 Lexus es350 bought used with just over 100k. We typically drive them to 150k-225k. Really depends on when major repairs start to hit.

Not sure the Taurus will get 200k. It's mileage has dropped from 23mpg new to 15mpg. I am hopeful the Lexus gets 200k.

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Post by wstrdg » Thu Sep 07, 2017 5:10 pm

2000 Honda Odyssey with just under 90,000 miles. Not high mileage for 17 years. No major repairs, and only big expense was the universal belt, hoses, spark plugs at 80,000.

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Re: Flaunt Your High-Mileage Car

Post by bubbadog » Thu Sep 07, 2017 6:47 pm

2001 Toyota Tundra with 197,000 miles. Purchased new and looking forward to hitting 200k soon.

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Post by newtonc » Thu Sep 07, 2017 6:56 pm

2004 Chevrolet Impala bought from the NC Highway Patrol with 82,000 miles in 2008 for $7800.00 and now I have 207000 miles on it. Been a nice car although in the last year I have had some problems with overheating.
Still I can't complain.

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Post by myleaf » Thu Sep 07, 2017 7:29 pm

2000 Toyota Sienna mini-van. Original owners. 145K miles. I met several individuals who owned this model that advised me to never let it go. They regret doing so.
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Post by PaulF » Thu Sep 07, 2017 8:16 pm

soccerrules wrote:
Thu Sep 07, 2017 2:47 pm
05 GMC Yukon XL 199K miles-- First car I've kept that will reach 200K
Oh, Jeez, now you have jinxed it! :D

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Post by core4portfolio » Thu Sep 07, 2017 8:59 pm

2001 Camry bought for 7k on Aug 2011 with 77k miles.
Performed regular maintance like timing belt, water pump at 90k,
spark plug and wires with all maintenance for 120k miles.
Issues in the past were battery dead once , passenger motor dead once, replaced radiator due to leak.
Changed all the 4 tires around 110k miles
Now its 122k miles, Recently it started to overheat on city driving and A/C no longer working.
I unplugged the radiator fan switch. No more overheating.

I hate to sell my camry but its time for change.
Looked on used model of Honda CRV but i couldnt see big difference in out the door price.
So time for new CRV by next month or so
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Post by Big Dog » Thu Sep 07, 2017 9:01 pm

'89 Volvo turbo. 198k

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Post by StevieG72 » Thu Sep 07, 2017 9:38 pm

My high mileage car was totaled last year. :(

Had a Ford Escape with 145,000 miles, was shooting for 200,000

Now own a 2016 Toyota 4Runner, getting ready to role 10,000 miles. Goal for this one is 300,000 miles!
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Re: Flaunt Your High-Mileage Car

Post by dfitz247 » Thu Sep 07, 2017 9:44 pm

2000 Honda Accord- 285k miles
2008 Honda Crv- 145k miles
2103 Honda Crv- 80k miles

I will always own a Honda.

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Post by golfer292 » Thu Sep 07, 2017 9:58 pm

2003 Deville 91k. I bought it from a friend in 2006 with all service records.for $17k, was $45k new . It had 26k at the time I purchased it. Well maintained by me.
Right front damage in collision in 2017. OP's fault. Insurance company declared it total loss and paid me $5200.00 and let me keep the car. Had it repaired for $2300.00. Now it has a salvage title. Looks and rides like a new car. Knock on wood. By far the best deal I have ever had with cars

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Post by stemikger » Thu Sep 07, 2017 10:31 pm

09 Nissan Versa 100,000 miles. I love how I can park anywhere. Who cares about dings. My goal is to to drive it four more years.
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Post by lostdog » Fri Sep 08, 2017 6:46 am

The opposite here. I bought a 2011 Toyota Corolla in 2014 that had only 10k miles on it. The previous owner was an elderly lady that leased it. She barely drove it. Now it has only 36,000 miles on it and it's 7 years old. I'll be putting more miles on it because we bought a class 1 hitch for a bike rack and a rooftop rack for kayaks. We'll be traveling more with this car be ause of the awesome e gas mileage.
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Post by keaton » Fri Sep 08, 2017 7:09 am

I have had a few..

98 Volvo S70 turbo 300K
98 Volvo V70 T5M 250K
01 Golf TDI 5spd 285K
83 Mercedes 300CDT 230K+ and the odometer stoped working!

I have never owned a car with under 100K miles, and most of my cars in my younger years were 200K+

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Post by novillero » Fri Sep 08, 2017 7:13 am

2006 Prius, bought new- now has 190,000 miles. Dealership messed up my engine last year so it was replaced (for free) with an engine with half its mileage. I expect to hit 300,00 with this car.

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Post by Fripp » Fri Sep 08, 2017 7:18 am

I bought a new 2000 Sienna and it currently has 233,000 miles on it.

It still runs strong and I plan on keeping it until it has at least 300,000 miles.

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Post by FIREngineer » Fri Sep 08, 2017 7:19 am

123K on a 2008 Civic - bought new by my dad as my college graduation gift to replace the 1992 Acura Legend (165K ) that I drove in HS & college. Just got it's 3rd set of tires, so I plan to keep it at least another 5 years & 60K miles. Maybe it will actually be able to rank in this contest in another 5 years 8-)

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Post by lomarica01 » Fri Sep 08, 2017 12:23 pm

3 cars 600,000 miles an old truck and 2 Lexus's late model used. But I am ready to get a new one this year even though the one I will sell is still running great.

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Re: Flaunt Your High-Mileage Car

Post by soccerrules » Wed Sep 13, 2017 1:17 pm

PaulF wrote:
Thu Sep 07, 2017 8:16 pm
soccerrules wrote:
Thu Sep 07, 2017 2:47 pm
05 GMC Yukon XL 199K miles-- First car I've kept that will reach 200K
Oh, Jeez, now you have jinxed it! :D
Paul -
I did think about that as I typed my post. 199,400 as of this morning. I do say a little prayer when I drive it each day.
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Post by Imbros » Wed Sep 13, 2017 2:05 pm

Imbros wrote:
Mon Dec 07, 2015 3:27 pm
2006 SAAB 9-3 with 105k miles. I picked it up last year with just under 100k miles.
The plan is to run it for another 100k miles with minimal maintenance. So far so good.
Bought it for peanuts and maintenance is very inexpensive thanks to a mechanic I know.
112k miles now with minimal maintenance. Still going strong.
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Post by mnnice » Wed Sep 13, 2017 9:11 pm

I have a 2004 Pontiac Vibe with 208k. It still had the original brakes. Yes it does stop :wink:. Lots of highway miles.

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Post by Ruger » Wed Sep 13, 2017 10:14 pm

1999 Camry purchased new, has 321,000+ miles on it. Still own it but seldom drive it....probably will be selling it soon.

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Post by gunn_show » Thu Sep 14, 2017 1:21 pm

07 Lexus GS 107,000
07 Lexus GX 178,000
both running great... knock on wood.. hope to keep for many years with proper care and maintenance
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