What vehicle that has over 100000 miles would you buy if need a car but cant afford new car?
That depends on how much you have to spend.
The owner of a vehicle that has been repossessed, cannot afford to make their payments, so it makes sense that they cannot afford to perform the required scheduled maintenance on the vehicle. This is not always the case but IMO, I would never buy a repossessed vehicle, unless it had extremely low mileage of say less than 20,000 miles.
The will depend on the fuel mileage of the vehicle and of the driver. If a vehicle averages 30 miles per gallon of fuel, then multiply 128 miles times 30 ( 3,840 miles) However, if the fuel economy of the vehicle is only 15 miles per gallon, then 15 times 128 would be the distance you could travel ( 1,920 miles).
That would depend on how many miles per gallon the vehicle gets. If the vehicle gets, say, 10 mpg (terrible, but the math is easy) it would go 220 miles. 20 mpg, 440 miles. The rule of thumb with most cars used to be the tank will carry the vehicle about 300 miles on the highway - but there are increasing numbers of vehicles that can go much farther than that.
What happens if you have a baby on the way and have bad credit and have a high interest rate on your vehicle and cant afford it?
If at 100000 miles from Earth you weigh 40.0 pounds what would you weigh if you were 50000 miles away from the Earth?
A lot depends on two things , first is it a diesel or petrol and second how old is the vehicle. There are many different oils out there but I have always used Castrol Magnatec on my 318i 1988 since I ve had it(1992) and covered 166000 miles. For a new or newer BMW I would use the best Synthetic you can afford.
I would be seriously concerned about its future, that is a lot of miles, however, if the price is right, and maintenance has been impeccable it may be worth the investment. The price should be way below the average for that vehicle, fo r an estimate of what you should expect to pay use kbb.com cost calculator, then deduct what you see on the car, take not of whether the engine has been rebuilt and…