My Camry just passed 200,000 miles

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    Thank you, Toyota.

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    Congrats on that. I'm looking to get to 250K w/our Corolla and Pilot, both 2004. We've got a loong way to go.
     
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    My Corrolla only has 70,000 miles on it. :D
    It is a great car, and have only had to change the oil in the last year since I bought it.
     
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    My Ford just passed 50,000 miles. I'm hoping I can get at least 75,000.
     
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    That's because the brakes didn't work and the accelerator was stuck in the down position.
     
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    Ford Expedition: Just passed 235K miles and going strong! The only things I've replaced besides maintenance items are an alternator and a radiator.

    :razz:
     
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    and a LOT of gas.

    thanks for helping boost the economy.
     
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    wow chris i'm shocked at how normal and accurate your OP is. This is out of character for you.


    On a side note GO BUY A TOYOTA!!!! great cars at a GREAT DEAL right now ;).
     
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    my old 92 ford shop truck has 345,000 miles on it. I think you might be ok
     
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    Absolutey. :razz: It has a great 5.4 litre engine, but it sucks down some gas if you do a lot of driving. My commute is only 4 miles so I've cut way back from when I used to drive 40 miles each way.

    But at my house, the Expedition is the vehicle that's easy on the pocket book at the pump. That's my commuter. If you want to see a gas bill, try running an Escalade ESV (that's the extended one). It's a 6.3 litre beast that shows no mercy if you do a lot of dring in it.
     

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