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    For cars between 10-15 yrs.... I was curious about what range would be considered "low kilometers for that age group of cars?? tks)

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    Apparently the average k's travelled is around 15-20,000k's per annum, so work it out on that basis.

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    thankyou^

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    <160,000km?
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    I concur with Simon - my understanding was that less than 15,000 per annum was generally considered low. In Australia, around 20,000 is pretty average.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Simon
    Apparently the average k's travelled is around 15-20,000k's per annum, so work it out on that basis.
    I recently read the average number of kilometers travelled has dropped to about 12k for private motorists. This was from the Bureau of Statistics. So a 10-15yr old car with 100k to 150k would be good. Dee and I have a 25yr old Fiat X1/9 with just over 70k on the clock.
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    Absolutely guessing here, Kermit, but I wonder if that's because the number of cars per capita has increased? Therefore, there are more cars just sitting around. I think Australians probably own more cars than ever now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stuey
    Absolutely guessing here, Kermit, but I wonder if that's because the number of cars per capita has increased? Therefore, there are more cars just sitting around. I think Australians probably own more cars than ever now.
    I'm sure I read that statistically there is more than one registered car per licensed driver. Googling just now I found a figure on 1.8.
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