Its very logical 2004 model car have milage of 80k ..for me impossible, I just drive my santro to office and back home 4 to 5 days a week ..on some weekends I go for shopping with family. In a year I drove 20k ..now 2014 ...10 years old car..you can easily check by looking at cars condition otherwise an electrician can tell u by looking at back of meter.. also check speedometers cables some pathetic car owners put it off so meter stop and at the time of selling they again connect that cable with meter, if there is too much rust on the end of speedometer it means it was disconnected for a long time.
If a car is well maintained then milage is not matter for me I have seen santro have milage around 2 lack but they still perform like new..
Unfortunately in pakistan sellers don't maintain cars when they make their mind of selling them.. normally you need to spend at least 50k on them to make ideal smooth ride..that's my observations and experience..keep in mind a used car can't become perfect in weeks it can take a year..you will find faults after periods of time!
I bought my santro from first owner 2006 dec registered for 5.4 but I have to say within a year I spent more than a lackh to make it perfect it seemed previous owner hadn't spent a penny on it for a year
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