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Perhaps an anti :plac:

1996 Lincoln Mark VIII 105k miles
2011 Golf TDI 79k miles
1998 Crow Vic 60k miles
2002 C5 corvette 40k miles

Those are my top 4.

Only self driven counts... and not total miles on vehicle.
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Top 3:

2012 Ford F550 Bang Bus - 90k miles
1997 Shitvic - 60k or so (odometer broke)
2003 Corvette - 45k miles and going up

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Got right around 100k miles on my 1986.5 Scirocco
Around 83k on my 1999 Mk4 GTI
Currently just under 71k on my 2011 :turboyaris:
My Beetle had over 100k when I sold it but I only put on about 20k of those miles myself.

Also, fwiw, got upper 90'sk on the wife's 1998 Intrigue and mid 80's on her 2009 Saturn.

Of this list, the Mk4, the Saturn, and my :turboyaris: are still driven daily.

I'd also point out that of all those VW's, a grand total of 1 water pump needed replacing (on the 'Rocco).
:wap: Where are these mangos?

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Fri Jan 10, 2020 3:35 pm

45k on 2002 Sierra v6 w/t
40k miles on 2000 Subaru Outback
20k miles on 1999 Subaru Outback (2 engines)
15k on 2005 Sierra loaded Grandpa spec
10k and counting on 1998 C5
10k on 2002 Grand Marquis
6k on 1992 Subaru SVX
4K on 1993 Mazda B2200 :wankel: swap @11mpg
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Only self driven counts... and not total miles on vehicle. Otherwise I would take this all with the damn crown vic.

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Fri Jan 10, 2020 3:41 pm

Looks like I average 16,100 miles per year considering I got my license halfway through December 2010

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Traded in my GTi at 177k IIRC. Bought at 0. Didn’t own anything as a sole driver before that.

Dad put almost 400k on a Mitsubishi Mirage doe.
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wap wrote:
Fri Jan 10, 2020 3:35 pm
Got right around 100k miles on my 1986.5 Scirocco
Around 83k on my 1999 Mk4 GTI
Currently just under 71k on my 2011 :turboyaris:
My Beetle had over 100k when I sold it but I only put on about 20k of those miles myself.

Also, fwiw, got upper 90'sk on the wife's 1998 Intrigue and mid 80's on her 2009 Saturn.

Of this list, the Mk4, the Saturn, and my :turboyaris: are still driven daily.

I'd also point out that of all those VW's, a grand total of 1 water pump needed replacing (on the 'Rocco).
Damn, y'all drive very little.

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D Griff wrote:
Fri Jan 10, 2020 3:48 pm
wap wrote:
Fri Jan 10, 2020 3:35 pm
Got right around 100k miles on my 1986.5 Scirocco
Around 83k on my 1999 Mk4 GTI
Currently just under 71k on my 2011 :turboyaris:
My Beetle had over 100k when I sold it but I only put on about 20k of those miles myself.

Also, fwiw, got upper 90'sk on the wife's 1998 Intrigue and mid 80's on her 2009 Saturn.

Of this list, the Mk4, the Saturn, and my :turboyaris: are still driven daily.

I'd also point out that of all those VW's, a grand total of 1 water pump needed replacing (on the 'Rocco).
Damn, y'all drive very little.
That's a diff thread all together. :lol:

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SAWCE wrote:
Fri Jan 10, 2020 3:47 pm
Traded in my GTi at 177k IIRC. Bought at 0. Didn’t own anything as a sole driver before that.

Dad put almost 400k on a Mitsubishi Mirage doe.
:impressive:

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Fri Jan 10, 2020 3:47 pm
Traded in my GTi at 177k IIRC. Bought at 0. Didn’t own anything as a sole driver before that.

Dad put almost 400k on a Mitsubishi Mirage doe.
This sounds like it may be the winner winner chicken dinner.

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max225 wrote:
Fri Jan 10, 2020 4:05 pm
SAWCE wrote:
Fri Jan 10, 2020 3:47 pm
Traded in my GTi at 177k IIRC. Bought at 0. Didn’t own anything as a sole driver before that.

Dad put almost 400k on a Mitsubishi Mirage doe.
This sounds like it may be the winner winner chicken dinner.
Not fair :wap: had many travels before the wheel was even invented.

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All the cars I've "owned" or "my" car

1) Mk7 GTI - 88,7xx miles
2) 2004 TSX - around 70k
3) mk6 GTI - 38k miles
4) 1990 Corolla - 10-15k if I remember
5) 1999 Baesic Merc - 5k miles at best
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I put 140k on my mk4 tdi
Weekly :fax:
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D Griff wrote:
Fri Jan 10, 2020 3:48 pm
wap wrote:
Fri Jan 10, 2020 3:35 pm
Got right around 100k miles on my 1986.5 Scirocco
Around 83k on my 1999 Mk4 GTI
Currently just under 71k on my 2011 :turboyaris:
My Beetle had over 100k when I sold it but I only put on about 20k of those miles myself.

Also, fwiw, got upper 90'sk on the wife's 1998 Intrigue and mid 80's on her 2009 Saturn.

Of this list, the Mk4, the Saturn, and my :turboyaris: are still driven daily.

I'd also point out that of all those VW's, a grand total of 1 water pump needed replacing (on the 'Rocco).
Damn, y'all drive very little.
:dat:
For a few years with the "Rocco, I worked downtown so my commute was ~ 20 miles/week to the train station. And for the last 27 years my commute to this job is about 60 miles/week. I'd say at least 30% of the miles on the :turboyaris: are from road trips.
:wap: Where are these mangos?

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2006 Scion xA: 85000 miles.
2016 Frontier Bro-4X: 33976 miles

Everything else has been less than 20k miles.
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CaleDeRoo wrote:
Fri Jan 10, 2020 4:14 pm
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This sounds like it may be the winner winner chicken dinner.
Not fair :wap: had many travels before the wheel was even invented.
:notwrong: , but that also would be for a different :bread: :lol:
:wap: Where are these mangos?

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Fri Jan 10, 2020 3:37 pm
Only self driven counts... and not total miles on vehicle. Otherwise I would take this all with the damn crown vic.
I think I've probably driven the wife's mazderp3 more miles than any of my own cars. It's got 115k and I have driven maybe 50k of those

:poorvette: was about 40k

GTI, S4, Vibe all in the 25-35k bracket

RX8, MR2, MKZ all in the 10-15k bracket

86 has 500 miles :lolol: :butwhy: :troywax:

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90K Miles on 1980 Volvo 242. Owned 10 years.
65K Miles on Brahhoe, still going. Owned 8 years.
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troyguitar wrote:
Fri Jan 10, 2020 5:01 pm
max225 wrote:
Fri Jan 10, 2020 3:37 pm
Only self driven counts... and not total miles on vehicle. Otherwise I would take this all with the damn crown vic.
I think I've probably driven the wife's mazderp3 more miles than any of my own cars. It's got 115k and I have driven maybe 50k of those

:poorvette: was about 40k

GTI, S4, Vibe all in the 25-35k bracket

RX8, MR2, MKZ all in the 10-15k bracket

86 has 500 miles :lolol: :butwhy: :troywax:
Omg ... you didn’t even break it in yet ? Too much snow ?

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max225 wrote:
Fri Jan 10, 2020 5:09 pm
troyguitar wrote:
Fri Jan 10, 2020 5:01 pm


I think I've probably driven the wife's mazderp3 more miles than any of my own cars. It's got 115k and I have driven maybe 50k of those

:poorvette: was about 40k

GTI, S4, Vibe all in the 25-35k bracket

RX8, MR2, MKZ all in the 10-15k bracket

86 has 500 miles :lolol: :butwhy: :troywax:
Omg ... you didn’t even break it in yet ? Too much snow ?
Not much snow yet this year. Too many cops, shit roads, cold ass air etc

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60k on the 1997 Grand Prix I got at 16.
55k on my :turboyaris:
11k so far on the MK7, but it'll be gone soon. :sad:

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I put 95k miles on my F150. :pouroneout: I miss that truck.

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troyguitar wrote:
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I think I've probably driven the wife's mazderp3 more miles than any of my own cars. It's got 115k and I have driven maybe 50k of those

:poorvette: was about 40k

GTI, S4, Vibe all in the 25-35k bracket

RX8, MR2, MKZ all in the 10-15k bracket

86 has 500 miles Imageol: :butwhy: :troywax:
Omg ... you didn’t even break it in yet ? Too much snow ?
Out of town on family obligations half the time since Thanksgiving and I didn't want the "break-in" to consist of hundreds of miles in 6th gear at constant rpm.

Otherwise everywhere I drive is <10 miles round trip and most days I don't even leave the house... Plus with the stupid poverty tandem driveway her car is always first in line so we drive it everywhere - and it's got remote start to melt the ice quicker.

I don't even need a car.

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Fri Jan 10, 2020 5:21 pm

I lose.

I never keep a car long enough to have any significant miles on it.

My 2006 Prius was the last one. Bought with 3-5 miles on it and got rid of it 4 years later at 136k miles. I beat the shit out of it and it was the worst car in the world to drive besides maybe a Nissan from the same era.
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