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    Wednesday, December 19, 2007

    A little info

    My minivan just turned 60000 miles. This is the most miles I've ever had on a vehicle. And this is also the longest I've ever owned one vehicle. I'd like to buy another, but a car payment just doesn't sound fun. I enjoy having extra money for Wal-Mart.

    But it makes me wonder...What kind of cars do my reader(s) drive? I'll start.

    03 Honda Odyssey
    05 Dodge Ram (Git 'er dun!)


    Now you.

    15 Response(s):

    Mike said...

    '00 Dodge Grand Caravan - 125k m
    '07 Hyundai Accent - 1600 m

    Michelle said...

    '98 Honda Accord- 141k m
    '88 (I think) Jetta- miles?

    Meg said...

    2002 Audi A4 58K

    Min said...

    Mike beat me to it.

    Bonny Brae said...

    1999 Merc Sedan (don't know what kind)- diesel - 75K miles

    2000 Ford F-150 - 120k miles

    2007 Merc GL - diesel - 20K miles (this car is 6 months old!!! I think this means I am spending far too much time in my car)

    and I agree to no car payments.

    Maui Girl said...

    2002 Civic-101k miles. Love the great gas mileage

    2001 Liberty-70k miles. Love this car, but not so great gas mileage

    We would LOVE to go buy new cars-but would HATE the payment. I think I would rather just buy clothes and cute stuff for my house.

    Jill Johnson said...

    07' Dodge MegaCab 32K but been in shop 3 times since Thanksgiving.

    03' Jetta TDI Volkswagons don't count on miles because they are so damn expensive to fix new or old.

    I drove a brand new Jeep Comander today while my Truck was once again at the dealership. It was awesome. I really liked it so maybe I will take a look.

    jessi said...

    00 Saturn SL2 80K
    07 Subaru Outback 8K

    I wish we didn't have a car payment!

    Kalli Ko said...

    I'd throw myself a party if I drove a car with less than 100k on it.

    04 Chevy TrailBlazer 106K (we bought it from my parents, they are drivers)

    00 Jeep Cherokee with a big fat lift, 100k+

    we like our cars to have a little age and experience in them I guess.

    Elizer said...

    I love to brag about our 96 Nissan Maxima. Bought it in 2003 with 75K on it...it turned 200K this summer. That is what I call driving a car into the ground! It's still running great! We decided we're not getting another car until (a) it dies or (b) we're too embarrassed to be seen in it, whichever happens first.

    Phoebe said...

    1967 Malibu- 200,000
    1999 Mitsu Galant 175,000
    '07 Honda Odyssey. 12,000 miles? (Too many for only having i t since February-I must be related to Bonny)
    I waited until we HAD to buy a new car and I love having new, but I hate paying for it!

    SuperGabers - The Mom said...

    2000 Pont. "Not So" GrandAM - 100K

    None of the windows will go down anymore, the dome light is long gone, CD player dead, and the passanger window is jimmied with an ice-scraper so it will stay up. Supergabers will NEVER will buy American again.

    2005 Honda Accord - LOVE it!

    Maui Girl said...

    Oops, maybe I shouldnt have posted about 3rd person writings. Now Supergabers loves talking in the 3rd person!!!

    Betsy said...

    01 dodge durango 126K miles
    97 ford escort 140K miles

    Drive them until they die, that's our motto. Then call Salvation Army to haul them away for free...or sell it by the pound or parts.

    amy k said...

    02 Cheb Suburban 107K miles. We bought it two years ago in Texas when we came to see Betsy. It only had 48K miles on.

    94 Nissan p/u ??? odometer broken. Best gas milage vehicle we have.

    89 GMC p/u ??? odometer also broken.

    94 Ford L9000 650 K yep, that's right 650,000 miles.

    86 Ford 8000 850,000. The last two are dumptrucks : )