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Old 08-30-2006, 05:29 AM
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Thats all you got?????

'04 Sedan, purchased 02/04. Miles 9300

Wow, V35. You beat me in the least mileage there bud. Damn, for awhile there I thought I was the only one with an '03 with the least miles! You the Man!
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03.5 DG sedan with 77,xxx

I thought my mileage was high...(well, it is) so, people actually WANT high-mileage Gs??? Been thinking about getting rid of it...we'll see
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Old 12-01-2006, 06:11 PM
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72K on mine, no problems just mods, had to replace the two main belts recently but that's not serious just annoying. Also had to replace one of the a$$ warmer switches but i hear that isn't highly unusual.

Still love the car, rattles don't seem to be any worse than any other car I have ever had with this kind of mileage.

I plan on keeping it until about 97K miles which will probably take me another year and a half at my current rate.
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Wow, V35. You beat me in the least mileage there bud. Damn, for awhile there I thought I was the only one with an '03 with the least miles! You the Man!
You guys think you have ferrari's or something? Trying to keep the value up in the hundred thousands?
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I have almost 97k from 11/03.

But I just recently got that climate control and radio problem and it still won't go back to normal I have to bring my Zen around with me so I can hear some music, how ghetto is that.

I'm thinking it might be my battery, I've been meaning to get an Optima for quite some time so I already put an order in. I hope that does the trick.

Stupid Infiniti charges $127 just to look at the damn thing.
I don't see why on earth the battery would give you "partial" power that doesen't make sense. It either is working or it isn't. I'm not saying the problem isn't electrical but i doubt it's the battery. Upgrading to an optima never hurt anything though either way. Take it to a car audio shop they will check it out for free most likely.
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My last 3 Volvos (89, 89, 92: 240 sedan, Black) all got >400,000 miles apiece and I've seen several with >500,000 miles! Ever wonder why those engines go this far while we obsessively sweat out every detail of our G's, add, remove, modify, insist on synthetics, etc., etc?
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My last 3 Volvos (89, 89, 92: 240 sedan, Black) all got >400,000 miles apiece and I've seen several with >500,000 miles! Ever wonder why those engines go this far while we obsessively sweat out every detail of our G's, add, remove, modify, insist on synthetics, etc., etc?
Wow, that's insane! Did you put all those miles on those cars yourself? How old are you, if you don't mine me asking....?
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Old 11-22-2007, 10:50 AM
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03 brought in August 02 with ~106K and still modding
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I bought the Volvos used with between 150-250K and drove another 150-200k myself for each. I then turned around and sold them for about $1K-1.5K and still see them running 3-5 years later. I put in about 30K per year.

The solution-- well built engines, which the VQ is if it comes off of the right assembly line (there were 2 lines IMO, one with rattles, bad parts, bad brakes, bad audio, etc. & the other with minimal to no issues).

My age-- 51!
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just borke on my 03, 70k miles, no major problems, just the ever so famour sensitive aligment issue and damn tear in the drivers seat aarrrggghhh
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i have a question: why are so many people posting how LOW their mileage is when the title of this thread is "Highest mileage G35 on here?"

do people not read the thread titles before they post replies?
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Old 11-22-2007, 03:59 PM
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racked up 20k in 1 year...purchased her with 27 miles on the Ometer.
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04 purchased in 11/03...51k miles.
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106k miles, and no problems. Till i pulled the engine. In hind sight, shoulda stuck with what i had i think...
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