Tuesday, May 1, 2012

Motorists Value Vehicle Longevity

According to Kelton Research, the average American motorist believes a vehicle should accumulate over 200,000 miles before it is retired and that a vehicle isn’t “old” until it reaches around 147,000 miles. In addition, 86 percent of vehicle owners place greater importance on engine upkeep than vehicle aesthetics, while 85 percent are more concerned about their vehicles’ longevity than the longevity of their homes.