Average mileage per year is 10-14,000 on a vehicle, so more than this would be high mileage.
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Generally speaking, the average driver puts 10,000-12,000 miles on the car each year. For a 5 year old car, anything higher than 60,000 would be considered high mileage.
No. That's about average for a 10 year old car.
a good mileage rate for an used car is around 12,000 miles per year of age.
10,000 or 12,000 I believe the avg. is 15,000
If the car was taken care of and serviced regularly then this is not really high mileage. It is not low mileage either. Expect to spend money on some repairs on a car with this mileage. If the car has been neglected then this is high mileage.
It depends on the car make Most of the cars 100,000 miles is a high mileage For some cars as Mercedes, BMW, Volvo 150,000 miles is a high mileage Alaa Farag
12,000 is the average expected on a car. If it has more then 12,000 per year, it is considered excessive.That depends where you're at. In the US average mileage is considered 15,000 per year.
There are many excellent automobiles that will have high mileage. It all depends on how the car was taken care of. Research the reliability of the car you're interested in.
If this car was serviced regularly and taken care of as it should have been then no this is not high mileage. But if this car was neglected and the oil/filter was not changed regularly then this could be considered high mileage. Most cars built within the last 15 years can easily reach 200,000 miles with no major repairs if they are serviced regularly. So, the bottom line is that it depends entirely on how the car was serviced and how it was driven.
That depends on the car. The lower the mileage, the less wear and tear there is on the car. Each car is different and each owner treats their car differently. An older car with low mileage can save you money over the same model of car that may be a year or two newer and have the same mileage.
NO. For a diesel this is very low mileage.