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<x-flowed>My previous daily driver ('91) has 315K miles and is now in the hands of my son and has a lot of good miles left in it. His previous driver was an '83 with 215K miles, and is finally beginning to wear out. My wife's '99 that sees little use has 50K on it.
I just bought a new car and expect to keep it for at least 10 years. Experience and history of all the above various Toyotas leads me to fell comfy that the Prius will easily make it at least that long.
My '64 Ford CrewCab has about 375K, and my '67 Sqbk has about the same, even though I haven't driven it in over 10 years, so keeping cars well into high mileage is my MO.
Jeff '67 Sqbk
The main priority of most auto manufacturers that sell in the US right now
is to get the car the heck out of the country before its 5th Birthday. They
want to sell more cars, they don't want anybody driving a car in the USA
that's over 5 years old...
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