Who's got the most milage on their car?

Mine just broke 125 thousand. Like a rock!

Oh wait, it’s a toyota, not a chevy… :smiley:

Mine just rolled past 360,000 miles today. 1986 Ford Crown Vic, with a police interceptor engine (423?) She ain’t purty, but she’s mine, and she goes really fast!

More than you, less than a lot of people.

But I’ll put myself up for the one with the most miles on a motorcycle. My '94 Yamaha XJ600 has nearly 79,000 miles on it since I got it (new).

I had a '83 Yamaha Vision motorcycle,commuted from Santa Cruz to Santa Clara for 12 years-186,000 miles when it blew a head gasket.

Just turned 186,000 on my 1996 Chevy S-10 pickup. Still going strong. Blown clutch about a year ago has been the only major problem.

The present catmobile is being retired at 398K and change-I really wanted to top 400K. Darnit.

132,000 on a 95 Ford.

I recently 190,000 on my '94 Jeep Cherokee. I never. Ever. Want to drive another car. Alas, I may have to someday…soon. I will break 200,000 though. Or die trying (he said with only a touch of possible future irony).

~180,000 on my '94 Accord.

But I’m pretty sure RunAmok already won.

I dunno. The odo reads 117K, but it likes to take turns with gas gauge and not work (i.e. when one works, the other doesn’t).

How about the least? Our company car has 18k km, (about 12k mi) and it’s a 2000! Less then 2400 mi per year, and we’re paying $500 / month to park it. Next time we just rent!

I just bought a car with 200k on the odometer. What can I say? It was in great shape and the price was right.

I’m hovering just below 130,000 on my car, a 1994 Suzuki Swift.
My mother, on the other hand, has around 350 miles on the car that she bought two weeks ago - her first brand new car!

My '89 Civic has 227,271 miles on her. Still looks good too. She’s not the high score, but worth honorable mention.

I’ll drive this car forever, I’ve been getting a solid 30 - 32 mpg for the last few months.

I was keeping those kinds of miles on my bike for a few years, more actually. I’ve got around 81,000 on a 2000 Kwasaki Concours. Though I only put 3-4k on it last year. I was hoping to have 100,000 by the five year mark but that didn’t happen.

Right now my 1999 Isuzu Amigo has 191,000 miles and my 2005 Pontiac G6 that I picked up on April 16th has 11,000.

236k on my '93 Saturn… most of that was my Dad, though, he puts up 30-35k a year on every car he drives, the '00 Saturn he got when he gave me the '93 already has 150k on it.

I just had to retire my last car with 165,000 on it. Used it for my 1.5-2 hour each way commute for the last several years has taken its toll, and repairs would cost more than the car was worth.

Wow, I’m impressed. I’m about to hit 96,000 miles on my 1996 Honda Civic, which I bought in 1998 with about 27,000 already on it.

283 thousand something on my '92 Ford Ranger. Wish that I’d took care of her, as is, I’m in need of another vehicle. I don’t trust her for long trips; her gas mileage isn’t what it used to be; and she occasionally makes a funny clattering noise in between 45MPH and 75MPH.