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Old 26 Mar 2013, 11:31 pm
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Default Is 77k miles on a 2000 Honda civic too many (4cyl)?

It's a 4 cylinder and and has 77,000 miles on it. Is that too many for a 4 cylinder?
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Old 26 Mar 2013, 11:46 pm
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77K/13 years that's avg 6K miles/ year , very low millage , so I would say its great!

In normal conditions Honda engines can handle 250K miles easy!

It also depend who drove it, if was adult driven than no problem , if was a racer who put it in the red zone all the time yelling : " yoooo VTEC just kicked innnnnnn !!! " than might be a problem.
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