How many miles on /o/'s primary vehicle?
How many miles on Veeky Forums's primary vehicle?
86000 on my 03 legacy
286000 on 03 tacoma
Just under 175,000
8000 coming up tomorrow mileage is getting a little high haha i think i need to trade it in b4 it brakes soon!
157k on my 2002 avalanche
227000 on my 98 accord. Cucked the engine in a recent collision though and had poorfag liability only. Picking up an '07 civic with 173k on friday.
73k 2013 BMW 135is
Diesel benz, so it'll probably outlast the planet itself.
8600 today, just went in for my 2nd of 3 free annual oil changes. 20F this morning, I got to munch on cookies and play 07scape while some wagie had to replace it.
Who else here /comfy/?
97 Camry V6, 343,600 miles.
Oil every 10k, 0w40
Drain ATF pan once a year.
Air filter once a year.
Sparkplugs every 100k, Iridium
The only things I've had to replace is power steering pump, MAF sensor, and 1 injector.
As a note on the oil, only use synthetic in the 1MZ-FE, it's notorious for gunk.
Bit under 30k.
right under 177k on an 06 Kia Optima.
2003 BMW 325i
A 97 chevy k1500 5.7 vortec. Surprisingly very reliable, had it for the past 30k and only major thing was the distributor.
'10 Golf with 5 cylinder
02 Dodge Ram
nice camry though. makes me miss my first car
'13 Mazda 3
392,000 on my 05 Silverado 5.3
114,000 on my WRX
tfw headgasket soon
108kKm - DD '05 Ford Focus
280kKm - '95 Toyo Truck
761,353 burger units.
85 3/4 ton chev pickup on its second motor 3rd tranny 2nd rear end
94,7XX miles on my '08 Mazda3 with the 5-speed autotragic. Only about six thousand of those are mine though. So far, so good. Just gave it new oil.
Rolled over 440,000 on the Accord shitbox about 2 weeks ago.
I don't know when (or if) Nissan addressed it, but I've heard the Titan transmissions like to grenade right around 250K.
177k on a first gen tundy. Basically just getting broken in.
just hit 285k on my Durango
Don't know my speedometer stopped working at around 300,000 on my '99 Legacy
Over 250,000 on an Infiniti
I'm scared, user
Been driving it again for a week now, after 6 months stopped. Thought I'd have some issues, but it's performing faultlessly. Did good by betting on it.
Terrified someone will ruin the new paint though.
93 chevy here at 310,000 miles
I've rebuilt the transmission, steering, front end, suspension and fuel tank, brakes (did 4 wheel disc conversion), refreshed the engine and a bunch of other little things. It all worked (except the transmission that lost a gear) but I loved the truck and wanted to restore it rather than buy a new one.
The 5.7 burns a tiny bit of oil but still has good compression and runs good. I'm curious how long it will survive.
81k coming up
261600km+3000km because my instrument cluster hasn't been working for 2 months.
2004 Mazda6 diesel
160k something burgermiles
610k miles on my 2005 5 series
fuck I forgot to write what car
1992 volvo 240 with b230fx
310,000 Mi on my 97 Mercury Mountaineer
30000 on my Scirocco R
Twin Turbo Ecomeme
Come at me
Just under 193k miles on 2000 GMC Jimmy SLE before transmission finally gave.
Crossed 70k mark on test drive of 2011 Tacoma in mid-September. 76.5k as of today.
97' Impreza OBS 180k
2004 Forester 140k
It is one aesthetic truck all-around. Too bad about the faulty transmissions
1995 Mazda MX-3
Just under 6k. My first new vehicle, Jeep Wrangler Unlimited.
2017 Miata cluster
89,000 on my s2000
154,000 Celica GTS daily
About 187k on my beloved s40. Owe a life debt to my last one, bought another.
Just over 300k, metric fag here.
19750 give or take 50
Golf mk5 TDI
not a damn clue
engine swapped from salvaged car
i think the body has ~145k and the motor could have anywhere from 60k to 100k
@Garbage Can Lid
I know how you feel. I engine swapped my 1992 c1500 with an lm7 out of a 04 silverado. The c1500 has 208k miles but the engine has 80k and a 137k mile diff
40,000 because there are no good roads here and everything including job is within 5-15 miles.
S40T5 here. 124k. It has been a pretty good car- usually one stupid thing breaks every 2 years but otherwise it has been dependable as hell. I got it when it had 34k on it.
My other cars:
'14 GT500 - 16k miles
'69 Mach 1 428CJ - 66k miles
'17 F150 - 5k miles
'16 HD Roadster 1200 - 2k miles
First 10 months of life
208700 on a 06 Ram 1500. Just got it two days though.
149000-ish km on my bike.
I've put 12k on my primary vehicle in the 3 years that I've owned it. Self-employed so I basically only use it pick up/delivery shit now and then. 10k on my secondary and 4k on tertiary come at me poorfags
Last year I put 100k km on my primary.
With a 10L/100km diesel consumption. I guess that makes me poor.
36k on Peugeot 206
Should last maybe another 10k before she blows
108394 miles (174444 km)
Found it with full service history 10k ago.
Had a base model that did ~240k and I scrapped it since I was owner number three and it was showing it's age.
Engine was still kicking.
Pic isn't mine but it hits home pretty well.
125k on mk4 jetta, CEL on for past 60
I like dis, my brother has a Milan with a 4cyl, is yours a v6?
60k on 2016 Sierra 1500
It's a 2010 Fusion Sport FWD with the 3.5V6, Sport was the only trim level that had it which was only available from '10-'12
117000km on my E46 316ti. It's my first car and i still like it. Feels pretty sporty even though it has the weakest engine. I kinda rather had a 5 door though.
47000, was at 21400 when I bought it in July 2016.
between 38,000 and 238000 probs
the odometer only goes so high
prayin 2 the v8 that is only 38000
153k and still going good
15k on a 2012
195000 on my 05 legacy, 189000 on flatmates 99 wrx
2005 Hyundai Elantra
384,000 on '03 Silverado
201,500. Chevy tracker yo
97 Pontiac Bonneville
Almost 50k on a 2003
215789 1993 miata
132000 on an 07 Subie Legacy. About 2k of those are mine.