Post # 1
Just out of curiosity 🙂 I have a 2003 chevy Malibu and it has 178k on it 🙁 The BAD part is, I have put almost 100k on it in the last 3 years
Just trying to keep her going until Next June when I graduate college.
Useless fact: I call her “Goldie”!! She is gold & DEFINITELY a gold digger! LMAO!
Post # 3
I just got a new car two months ago, but before that I had a 2003 Honda Civic. It had 132,000 miles on it when I traded it in.
My Darling Husband has a 2003 mustang that he never drives..it has 19,000 miles. He has a work vehicle he drives most of the time.
Post # 4
I have a 2003 VW Jetta with 86K miles on it. Not bad considering she’s almost 10 years old now!
Post # 5
My 2003 car has about 65k miles on it… but that is partially because it was my grandfather’s car before me. He slowly decided to cut down his driving and then gave it to me when he no longer needed it. Then, I also didn’t take it with me in college until the summer before my senior year.
Post # 6
I have a 2002 Windstar 185,000km on the van and 75,000 on the engine. I also have a 2009 Uplander it has 85,000km on it.. 2004 Colorado 160,000km. . Damn vehicles..
Post # 7
I got a 2003 Eclipse GTS in December and it had ~116k on it, it’s up to ~122k now…they hardly ever drove it.
Post # 8
Mine has just under 60,000.
Post # 9
Anyone else horribe with keeping up with oil changes?
Post # 10
I have an 03 Camry with 245K
Post # 11
- Wedding: June 2014 - Cedar Lake Cellars
130,000 on my 4Runner… hoping to go to 250,000. We’ll see….
Post # 12
96K on my 03 Camry. Kinda (pleasantly) surprised it’s that low!
@Rubbs: YES! Sometimes the mechanics yell at me. /shame
Post # 13
@cazian: lol Yeah I plan on going tomorrow since I have a half day at work and I’m ready to be yelled at.
Post # 14
2003 toyota tundra with 270,000 miles. hopeing to get another 80,000 miles or so out of it.
Post # 15
@Rubbs: Lol. Hey, at least you’re prepared 😉
Post # 16
2003 Neon with about 121,000