No, it is not too much.
Yes....Its too much.
I would assume 230000 miles on any car is too much specially if your buying it
Yes if it is GBP
that's the average mileage on a car of that age.
The average amount of miles per year on a car is 12,000 miles. Do the math: if the mileage is much over this, that is considered too many, and the car would be worth less. On the other hand, it the car has less than an average of 12,000 per year, that adds to its value. Example: An 6-year-old car should have no more than 72,000 miles on it. 60000 thousand (unless has service report including) or more is too much because by then the e.g engine will need its belts replaced, pumps brakes.
Depending on how many miles were put on the car a year(12,000 too 15,000), anywhere from 72,000 too 90,000 miles.
Cars can run for hundreds of thousands of miles if cared for properly. A lot of miles on a car does not necessarily mean it is worn out. A lot of people believe that anything over 100,000 miles is a lot.
Depends on the car, does it seem worth it to you? You should research the yr and make with that many miles.
I would never ever buy any car with over 150,000 miles no matter the brand. Some cars I would not buy if they had over 100,000 miles. Depends on the reliability of that car.