I'm guessing you saw a used car advertisement with "81k" in it. The "k" stands for "thousand." So 81k = 81000. Not bad for a car that is well maintained. I drive a '96 civic with 245k miles on it!
In the state of California miles on a car do not factor in if it is used or not. California considers a vehicle new until it is reported as sold by the DMV.
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A NEW UNUSED vehicle has never been titled. Once it is titled, even if it has ZERO miles, it is then considered used.
It is very simple to find out how many miles a gallon your car uses. First just write down how many miles has already used so you don't get these miles mixed with the others. Then fill up your tank all the way and drive your car. When your almost on E (empty), look at your mile gauge and and subtract the miles you've used then to the miles you wrote down. Then you will know how many miles to the gallon your car takes in.-Morgan A. R.
The average mileage is about 12,000 pa. So a 6 year old car should have about 72,000 miles on the clock.
Jace's car used 14 gallons to travel 378 miles. How far can he travel on 13 gallons?
Well it depends on what type of car it is, all of its features, also how many miles it has on it.
It would depend on how many miles per gallon (MPG) the vehicle gets and if it is city miles or highway miles.
Take the car you drive, miles you drive per year, mileage of the vehicle divided into total miles will give you gallons used.6,000 miles driven by a car getting 30 mpg means it used 200 gallons.
Generally, under 100,000 is a good mileage ceiling to stay under.
C3 HDi every 150,000 miles If car used severely then 120,000 miles
Too many variables to answer ... need make of car, year of car, model of car, what engine is in car, is it a turbo engine, it is supercharged etc.