The average mileage is about 12,000 pa. So a 6 year old car should have about 72,000 miles on the clock.
How many miles it has will depend on the year of the vehicle. A used vehicle can have anywhere from 30,000 miles to 120,000 miles on it, but the lower the miles usually means a higher price.
C3 HDi every 150,000 miles If car used severely then 120,000 miles
I have a 2004 - they get 17 MPG approximate in city, with 20MPG on the HWY. I love mine!
You should make sure that there is no major damage. You should make sure that there are not too many miles on it and that it runs smoothly and efficiently.
Go to nada.com and select used cars.
it should be under 18,ooo or any 3 year 12,000 lease .
Before buying any used vehicle there are a few things you should know. You should know how many miles are on it, if and when parts have been replaced or refurbished, and how well it runs.
Generally, under 100,000 is a good mileage ceiling to stay under.
1500 to 1800 but check miles high miles you don't want to replace cause with strong top end pressure your bottom end will go next recomend high miles buy used motor
You should know how many miles are on it, how well it was treated, and what the current condition is. You should also have a mechanic inspect it and ask for a Car Facts if availible.
There is absolutely no way of anwering this question with a definitive answer. Everything depends on too many factors. Is the vehicle used for primarily highway miles, city miles, or mixed driving? The weight that the vehicle normally carries (lightly loaded or heavily loaded)? Is the driver heavy on the gas and brake or economical? On-and-on. . . too many factors involved to give a "normal" estimate.
In order to get the value of a 2005 used Ford Ranger with fewer than one hundred thousand miles, visit www.kbb.org. On this site, after inputting the vehicle's information, you will receive a pricing estimate.