Should I steer clear of a 2-year-old Mazda 6 that has 47,000 miles on the clock?

Should I steer clear of a 2-year-old Mazda 6 that has 47,000 miles on the clock?

Asked on 15 June 2010 by stoo101

Answered by David Ross
That's considerably above average mileage, which would be 20,000 miles, but if it has a full service history and is priced accordingly there's no reason you shouldn't go for it. The Mazda 6 is a reliable and well built car.
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