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Q: Looking at used Mitsubishi Eclipse 2007, 100,000 miles. What is the average wear in miles on this vehicle?

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What is the maximum average wear in miles on the engine

My car has 100000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

Hi there. This is a very difficult question to accurately answer; as there are several variables that impact engine wear and tear such as routine service and maintenance schedule and type of driving completed. However, on the average, typically Mitsubishi four-cylinder and six-cylinder engines tend to run efficient through 150,000 miles with good service.

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