How Much Is Too Many Miles for a Used Car?


A mileage of 155,000 miles or 250,000 kilometers is considered as too many miles for a used car. According to experts, you should look for a car that has a mileage below 80,000 miles of 130,000 kilometers. However, buying a used car that has low mileage does not necessarily mean that it is a good car to buy.  
Q&A Related to "How Much Is Too Many Miles for a Used Car?"
The average amount of miles per year on a car is 12,000 miles.
There is no such thing as too much mileage for a car depending on how it was maintained. Foreign make tend to hold up with higher mileage better, but if you have the prospective car
It depends on if you are buying or trying to decide if you need another car. If you are planning on buying higher than 140K is too much especially if the previous owner did not take
Motor-homes and RVs are difficult to judge. You can't really use mileage as the only standard because they get a lot of use and abuse while parked. Of course, the engine should start
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