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Every car shopper is different. So the answer to the question of what’s considered “good” mileage for a used car will likely be different for you than someone else. The traditionally-held definition for a “high-mileage” car is generally a vehicle with 100,000 miles or more on the odometer. That having been said, high mileage and good mileage are two different things. Just because a vehicle has high mileage doesn’t necessarily mean that it can’t last for several thousand more miles or make a good used car!
As mentioned above, there’s no right or wrong way to buy a car, and there’s no exact mileage cutoff for the transition from good to bad mileage, whether you’re buying a used truck, used Toyota hybrid, or something else. In fact, there are several things just as if not more important to consider when buying a used vehicle other than mileage, including:
Vehicles are lasting longer and longer these days. Many vehicles can last well over 100,000 miles now — if not 200,000 miles. So long as a vehicle has been well-maintained, the chances of it lasting longer are very good — especially if it’s a Toyota. Remember this when pitting age vs. mileage when buying a used Toyota or other used car.
Related to the above point about mileage vs. age, you’ll want to consider the following:
Now that you know more about what to consider when buying a used vehicle, including what constitutes good mileage on a used car, we invite you to shop our inventory online and then apply for financing! If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to contact our team today!