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  1. #26
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    Quote Originally Posted by Thaleia View Post
    LOL at the numbers in here. I've mentioned this before here (and just spent some time unsuccessfully looking for the pic of it at 888,888) but we had an ~07 Yaris at work, last I saw it was at ~938 ish
    Wonder who the poor bastard is who’s putting the 80k miles/ year on this rig since 2007.


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    '01 Tundra. 389,000. She's semi-retired. Used as the ski/camp/boat-mobile now. Probably only gets 5-8k a year use now. Have had some of the usual repairs- radiator, water pump, cats.
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    I have a 99 Tahoe with 250,000 on it. My wife has an 03 Tahoe with 235,000.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thaleia View Post
    Here's the Yaris at 888,888 (km's)

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    That's with the original engine and tranny ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by fatnslow View Post
    That's with the original engine and tranny ?
    Yep. Regular maintenance routines followed to a T, and at that point it was get synthetic oil changes every ~7500 km's.

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    Recently noticed this was happening on my 10 yo 4Runner. I’ve heard these things go one forever but would like to get something new before 200k mark.

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  7. #32
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    those mileages are really impressive.

    just about to hit 92,000 on 2008 my jeep. was going to trade it in but it decided to freak out and had to repair 2 cyclinder heads, so i'm in it for another 2 years minimum on that repair warranty to get the mileage out of those repair costs; should be near 125,000 then.
    Eat em up Houston Cougars !

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    A trifling 186k miles on the 06 Taco 4wd access cab. Original battery, have replaced the serp belt is only repair. Won’t go in to 4 low so something’s going on.


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    It's the same old shit that I ain't gonna take off anyone.
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    I had a 98 Corolla with 405,000km on it when I sold it. Yes, sold it. $1500.

    Now I have a '12 Tacoma with 60,000km. I put 26,000 on it in the first year, now my bicycle gets more km per year than my truck.

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    Trucks are a different discussion.
    Roadranger transmissions don’t even shift nice until like 7 or 800k miles.

    The oil change interval my trucking company was using when I left in 2012 was 70,000 miles.

  11. #36
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    Can we all at least use to same goddamn units here? American ones, obviously.

    Only 224,000 miles on my 04 Tundra so far. Just getting broken in.
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    All ye punterz! Leave thine stupid heavy skis in the past, or at least in the resort category, for the age of lightweight pussy sticks is upon us! Behold! Keep up with the randocommandos on their carbon blades of shortness! Break thine tibias into spiral splinters with pintech extravagance!

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    I've a feeling that a lot of these are in the west? In the roadsalt belt u usually have to ditch a vehicle because the corrosion has done eaten it up.







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    Back in 2011, I sold a 1994 ford Ranger with ~160k on it (I put on 100k of that), I would be very surprised if that thing isn't still rolling somewhere, it was bomber.

    Current rig, 2006 Sequoia, has about 186k, I have put about 60k of that, and I expect it to keep going for a long time. Need to get the timing belt changed.
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    Sold a '97 Landcruiser to a buddy with 220k miles with no major repairs. My current '97 LC just hit 220k and going strong and has had one head gasket job. Sold a '00 Taco to buy my first '97 with 180k and did a steering rack on it. Sold an '85 LC with 240k and the compression test showed all cylinders within 10% of each other and no major mechanicals. Sold an '86 Subaru with 340k on it for an ounce to a buddy who needed a car. I bought the car for $100 so it seemed fair. Last I heard, it was still going. Not sure of anything major but can't confirm. Never replaced a motor or trans in a Japanese vehicle.

    I have replaced three engines and four transmissions across a Chevy S10 (trans), a VW Passat W8 (engine-warranty), a Dodge Dakota (trans-mechanic paid), and four Fords (two engines-Bronco, E350, two trans-F350, E250) all under 130k miles. The E250 also had a new engine put in it before I bought it. To be fair, a mechanic left the drain plug out of the trans in the Dodge so not really the Dodge's fault.

    Still have the Ford E350 and three Toyotas. I'm pretty good about maintenance but my luck seems to be with the Japanese. I have had other American made vehicles with no troubles but nothing with a ton of miles on them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mntlion View Post
    2006 tacoma, 4 dr, 4wd with 400,000+km (250,000miles)

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    400,000 is impressive! Well done.

    Really I am not worthy unless I do some math with our wagon quiver which makes this post belong in a different thread #cheater.

    All except 4R owned since new - the 4R had 20ish on it bought used.

    02 Outback 240,000
    03 4R 212,000
    12 Prius V 163,000
    18 Alltrack 16,000
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    Total 631,000

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    Quote Originally Posted by DaveTV View Post
    I've a feeling that a lot of these are in the west? In the roadsalt belt u usually have to ditch a vehicle because the corrosion has done eaten it up.
    All of mine have lived their entire lives in the West. The Subaru has never even had the exhaust system changed - and other than the ubiquitous heat-shield bullshit, the exhaust system is fine...

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    Quote Originally Posted by skaredshtles View Post
    2001 Odyssey - 245K
    1997 Subaru - 205K
    2014 F150 - 100K
    Strong. MT approved.

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    As for Montana, I drove a Nissan Titan on Montana roads for 8 years and over 100,000 miles with an intact OEM windshield.

    Traded for a Tundra and gravel cracked the windshield within 2 weeks.

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    it was either TT.com or boatertalk a truck salesman who wasnt an asshole used to hang out, he was talking about smaller commercial trucks with cummins diesels that regualrly went 500,000 miles before needing a rebuild
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    Quote Originally Posted by muted View Post
    How much did the guy/gal pay for service every year? Has it been worth it?
    good question , just looked - records going back to 08 - he averaged $75 a month. He was original owner I started servicing it at about 175k.
    commuted from PA to North Jersey most of that time. Even though i'm Audi biased that's what we do most of, this thing has made me a believer in Honda.
    Only drawback , they just don't hold up to the salt too well. last couple of big things on that car were a pain in the ass corroded shit every where.

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    Quote Originally Posted by XXX-er View Post
    it was either TT.com or boatertalk a truck salesman who wasnt an asshole used to hang out, he was talking about smaller commercial trucks with cummins diesels that regualrly went 500,000 miles before needing a rebuild
    I met a guy with a 02 (I think) gmc 3500 dually diesel. His retirement job was hauling trailers, cars and other stuff. He’d put 650,000 miles on the original engine and transmission. The vast majority of those miles with 10,000+ lbs in tow.

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    1996 Lexus LS did over 1,000,000 - pretty amazing
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    Quote Originally Posted by neufox47 View Post
    I met a guy with a 02 (I think) gmc 3500 dually diesel. His retirement job was hauling trailers, cars and other stuff. He’d put 650,000 miles on the original engine and transmission. The vast majority of those miles with 10,000+ lbs in tow.
    thats what it was built for, if you are doing the long trips its easier on a Diesel, IME they would rather be run hard

    yeah expediting ^^is a good retirement gig ^^ this summer I have been running food & replacement staff into logging and fire camps, pallets of food in an International cube van on narrow/shitty radio controled roads (the air ride seat is nice) short days/ hard miles on the truck, the industrial traffic/radio is nerve wracking
    Lee Lau - xxx-er is the laziest Asian canuck I know

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    Had a friend in middle/HS whose dad was trying to joint the million mile Volvo club. We drove a 240 wagon from NJ to Algonquin PP for a canoe trip once. I think he was at like 500k at that point and it was the mid/late 1990s. I'm sure he is still driving it. At any given time he had 2 or 3 other 240s in the driveway in "storage" for parts cars.

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    Just under 200,000mi on my 2000 tundra now. Before that I had a 1988 Toyota pickup and sold it at 297,000mi. Really wanted to see it go over 300 but I paid $1700 and drove it for 5ish years with very minimal maintenance/repairs and sold it for $1600. Wifes 2005 4 runner has 185,000mi and an 89 runner with who fucking knows. Ironically the oldest vehicle, 71 bronco, prob has a couple thousand on it(put new motor in and purely off road).

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